Memphis Media Station Driver Download

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Supported Models

Media Station Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows 2003 (64 bit), Windows XP, Windows XP (64 bit), Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1, DOS, OS/2

File Name (1.1 MB)


unknown (1-Jan-1980)

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Uploader Notes

I do not know much about this driver except that it is a dos batch file installer and executable (So I assume it will work in most dos/win16/win32 environments). I found it on a floppy that said Memphis Media on it. I think it is for a Memphis Media Station/MediaVision. Email for questions.

Uploaded By

Nelson Ogden (DG Member) on 8-Aug-2005

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
LHARC.EXE 31.3 KB 16 Dec 1992
INSTALL.EXE 91.9 KB 29 Sep 1993
QAINFO.EXE 92.4 KB 16 Dec 1992
MVINST.INF 10.1 KB 29 Sep 1993
MANUAL.BAT 3.2 KB 27 Sep 1993
MANSEDD.BAT 747 bytes 28 Sep 1993
MANWSEDD.BAT 1.4 KB 28 Sep 1993
MANCDCPY.BAT 871 bytes 27 Sep 1993
SEDIT.EXE 18.1 KB 16 Sep 1993
MVSOUND.SYS 18.4 KB 17 Sep 1993
MOD.LZH 133.5 KB 12 Mar 1993
FILELIST.TXT 1.6 KB 29 Sep 1993
MANWCOPY.BAT 1.1 KB 28 Sep 1993
PCM.COM 12.8 KB 5 May 1993
PROAS.EXE 17.9 KB 17 Sep 1993
MANCOPY.BAT 694 bytes 28 Sep 1993
PROGRAMS.LZH 630.2 KB 30 Sep 1993
TBPRO.LZH 139.8 KB 12 Mar 1993

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