Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Mac OS, Linux
ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter.zip (1.5 MB)
This is a zip file of the contents of the installation CD. I had lost this CD before and believe me I know how IMPOSSIBLE it is to obtain a working driver from the web (forget the manufacturer). This is for the Apollo USB 6 In 1 Card Reader / Writer and has drivers for Windows 98se, Win2000, MacOS 8.5 and up, and Linux. Drivers should not be needed for some Operating Systems like WinME, XP and Linux but instructions on the packaging are unclear! Whatever, this is a ZIP of all that is on the install CD - hope it is useful.
Liam Whoever (DG Member) on 5-Jul-2005
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/DRIVER/Setup.ini||659 bytes||20 Jan 2003|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/DRIVER/DATA1.CAB||467.0 KB||20 Jan 2003|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/DRIVER/IKERNEL.EX_||344.9 KB||4 Sep 2001|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/DRIVER/Setup.exe||56.3 KB||4 Sep 2001|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/DRIVER/LAYOUT.BIN||417 bytes||20 Jan 2003|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/DRIVER/DATA2.CAB||73.9 KB||20 Jan 2003|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/DRIVER/SPMSMON.EXE||61.4 KB||11 Feb 2003|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/WIN98/SPGT560x.sys||19.1 KB||30 Oct 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/WIN98/SPGT560x.pdr||9.1 KB||29 Oct 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/WIN98/SP560X98.INF||1.3 KB||11 Dec 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/Linux/storage.tar.gz||144.6 KB||30 Oct 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/Linux/SPGT5602Linux.doc||210.9 KB||30 Oct 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/ReadMe.TXT||1.6 KB||16 Dec 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/UI.INI||186 bytes||21 Nov 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/ErrorCod.txt||1.1 KB||16 Dec 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/SPGT5602.BIN||512 bytes||24 Feb 2003|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/Test.BIN||1.0 MB||16 Dec 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/UR1060I.ini||1.2 KB||24 Feb 2003|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/SPGT5602.ORI||512 bytes||16 Dec 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/UR1060E.ini||1.2 KB||24 Feb 2003|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/BurnIn.INI||1.7 KB||16 Dec 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/BurnIn.exe||159.2 KB||16 Dec 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/QA Utility/UR1063E.ini||1.2 KB||10 Apr 2003|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/AUTORUN.INF||50 bytes||16 Aug 2002|
|ApolloUSB6in1cardreaderwriter/Mac/Mac OS 9 Installer.doc||234.5 KB||4 Dec 2002|
To get the APOLLOUSB6IN1CARDREADERWRITER driver, click the green download button above. After you complete your download, move on to Step 2.
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Tech Tip: If you are having trouble deciding which is the right driver, try the Driver Update Utility for APOLLOUSB6IN1CARDREADERWRITER. It is a software utility which automatically finds and downloads the right driver.
To find the newest driver, you may need to visit the Apollo website. Most major device manufacturers update their drivers regularly.
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Locate the device and model that is having the issue and double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
Select the Driver tab.
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