EDEE ECR-502 Driver Download

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EDEE ECR-502 Driver Download
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Supported Models

EDEE ECR-502 Driver

Manufacturers

EDEE

File Name

Edisa10.sys (11.1 KB)

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Uploader Notes

This is a driver for the old/antique

2x EDEE CD... it uses an interface card to connect to the mainboard or you may connect it through the SONY interface of your soundcard...

It needs MSCDEX to function properly

Here's an example from my config.sys

device=C \EDISA10.SYS /D cd01 /P 340 /M S /V

NOTE You wont be able to read long filenames under win9x - does anybody have the same driver for Win9x?

Thanx in advance!

TL

Uploaded By

Todor Latev (DG Member) on 16-Jan-2000

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