Part II Research OnSpec USB to ATAPI Link Class Driver for PDR Driver Download

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Supported Models

OnSpec USB IDE/ATAPI MiniPort Driver


OnSpec USB Class Driver for IDE devices

OnSpec USB to ATAPI Link Class Driver for PDR

OnSpec USB to ATAPI/LS120 Link Port Driver

OnSpec USB to LS120 Link Class Driver for PDR


Part II Research


Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95

File Name

Uploader Notes

This is a zip file of the manufacturer's installation diskette, for external USB to IDE interface.

Uploaded By

Gordon Doherty (DG Member) on 8-Apr-2005

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
onusbide.MPD 21.3 KB 1 Nov 1999
ONPDUNIN.EXE 38.9 KB 3 Nov 1999
QTUSB.INI 796 bytes 25 Mar 1999
QTOOLS.INI 505 bytes 5 Feb 2000
ONSTRWDM.sys 27.6 KB 22 Nov 1999
TEST.FIX 18 bytes 18 Jul 1999
ZERO.BIN 2 bytes 19 Feb 1999
OUTIN.OBJ 228 bytes 28 Jul 1999
Flash.exe 60.4 KB 5 Feb 2000
ONSTRPDR.INF 790 bytes 19 Nov 1999
OUTIN.FIX 12 bytes 28 Jul 1999
IDNB0008.BIN 1.8 KB 30 Jan 2000
SETUP.EXE 951.3 KB 5 Feb 2000
onstrpdr.pdr 9.7 KB 22 Nov 1999
ONFLASH.INI 2.0 KB 5 Feb 2000
ENABLE.OBJ 36 bytes 28 Apr 1999
onclass.sys 31.4 KB 1 Nov 1999
TEST.OBJ 780 bytes 18 Jul 1999
ls12000f.bin 3.5 KB 11 Nov 1999
ONUSBPDR.INI 416 bytes 3 Nov 1999
ONFLASH.DOC 178.7 KB 5 Feb 2000
ONCLASS.INF 996 bytes 24 Jan 2000
ONEEPROM.SYS 52.8 KB 2 Aug 1999
ONEEPROM.INF 569 bytes 9 Jul 1999
ONUSBIDE.INI 397 bytes 30 Apr 1999
ONUSBMPD.INF 686 bytes 28 Oct 1999
CDRW0008.BIN 3.9 KB 10 Jan 2000
USBUNIN.EXE 26.6 KB 14 Apr 1999
onstrwdm.inf 1.4 KB 25 Mar 1999

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