Philips Freecom Cable II PCMCIA Driver Download

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Philips Freecom Cable II PCMCIA Driver Download
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Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name (395.2 KB)


5.00.2800.1 (2001-02-21) via .inf

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Uploader Notes

This is the drivers for the phillps cdrw 462/469/464(USB) also put out by Freecom as the traveler II. Unzip instsll as a program. also should work with 200.

Uploaded By

Tom Foley (DG Member) on 6-Dec-2001

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
FCLogMsg.dll 20.5 KB 31 Aug 2000
UNINST.EXE 29.7 KB 2 Dec 1999
FCFORMAT.EXE 21.2 KB 21 Jul 1998
LANGUAGE.TX$ 71.0 KB 16 May 2000
FCINST.INI 1.2 KB 29 Aug 2000
FCDisk1 7 bytes 15 Nov 1999
CDPLAYER.COM 10.0 KB 7 Feb 1997
FCCable.inf 6.7 KB 13 Aug 2001
FCCable.isf 6.4 KB 13 Aug 2001
DriverRemove.exe 90.1 KB 20 Jul 2001
FCUSB.SYS 12.9 KB 16 Jul 2001 12.5 KB 13 Aug 2001
README.TXT 13.6 KB 29 Mar 2001
DEVICE.COM 3.5 KB 30 May 1991
Disk1 289 bytes 10 Aug 2001
G735.SYS 35.0 KB 5 Sep 1997
STARTPA.BAT 70 bytes 14 Aug 1997
MSCDEX.EXE 25.5 KB 31 May 1994
G613.SYS 31.0 KB 28 Mar 1996
DISK1.IDN 1 byte 21 Oct 1993
FCPOINT.EXE 38.6 KB 10 Nov 2000
FCPCMCIA.SYS 21.8 KB 27 Jul 2001
Infodos.txt 50.0 KB 16 Dec 1999
FCPOINT.INI 972 bytes 12 Feb 1998
FCCable.sys 28.8 KB 27 Jul 2001
FCINST.EXE 151.4 KB 2 Dec 1999
Fcatapi.sys 19.6 KB 31 May 2001
STARTPC.BAT 75 bytes 21 Nov 1996
FCDrive.pdr 10.1 KB 16 Jun 2001
README.DOC 138.6 KB 29 Mar 2001
POWER-CD.SYS 33.3 KB 31 May 2001
DELO.TX$ 13.9 KB 13 Jan 1998
FCLSPAR.SYS 28.2 KB 16 Dec 1999
FCLSCARD.SYS 15.0 KB 16 Dec 1999
DriverChoice.exe 81.4 KB 20 Jul 2001
FCCDCARD.SYS 20.3 KB 16 Dec 1999

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Step 1 - Download Your Driver

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Tech Tip: If you are having trouble deciding which is the right driver, try the Driver Update Utility for Freecom Cable II PCMCIA. It is a software utility which automatically finds and downloads the right driver.

To find the newest driver, you may need to visit the Philips website. Most major device manufacturers update their drivers regularly.

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  2. Select the Driver tab.

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