UMAX Driver Download

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one of six zipfiles for AstraNet iA101

Uploaded By

Jose Guerrero (DG Member) on 15-Sep-2001

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
DISK5/TWAIN15.DL_ 13.1 KB 11 Mar 1992
DISK5/TWUNK_32.EX_ 33.2 KB 15 Sep 1995
DISK5/PMMAIL.EX_ 34.7 KB 16 Apr 1998
DISK5/DRAGDROP.EX_ 141.0 KB 24 Mar 1999
DISK5/TWAIN16.DL_ 43.8 KB 15 Sep 1995
DISK5/TWAIN32.DL_ 50.4 KB 16 Jul 1993
DISK5/UXMAIL16.DL_ 27.0 KB 28 Jul 1998
DISK5/UNINSTAL.EX_ 48.5 KB 14 May 1999
DISK5/TWAIN_32.DL_ 33.9 KB 21 Oct 1996
DISK5/TWUNK_16.EX_ 21.3 KB 15 Sep 1995
DISK5/IMGTORTF.EX_ 9.1 KB 13 Mar 1999
DISK5/VISTA16.EX_ 906.5 KB 22 Jan 1999
DISK5/UXMAIL32.DL_ 17.6 KB 28 Jul 1998

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  2. Select the Driver tab.

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