Trident Microsystems 4DWave NX PCI (WDM) Driver Download

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Trident Microsystems 4DWave NX PCI (WDM) Driver Download
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Trident Microsystems 4DWave NX PCI (WDM) Driver




Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name (38.1 KB)


5.00.2028.1 (1999-04-22) via .inf

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Uploader Notes

It's a Win 2000 driver for Aztech sound Card PCI 288 3QDQ II but it works when I installed Win XP. Install XP, when you select Proprities of sound Card, clic Reinstall the driver, in explorer select "WDMA_TRD.INF" and install it. Win XP will tell that the INF doesn't have a numerique signature, but select Continue and it's all. You don't have to reboot.

I've Packard Bell Computer Platinum 7536 and I have no problem with my card sound still I installed the driver WDMA_TRD.INF. The link where I found this driver is

Good Luck

PS excuse my english...not perfect.

Uploaded By

Houssemb (DG Member) on 20-Nov-2001

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
WDMA_TRD.INF 5.7 KB 29 Nov 1999
tridwave.sys 110.5 KB 4 Nov 2000

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