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Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows 95
PCI-IO_20_Cyber_2003-001E__20all.zip (900.2 KB)
5.00.2183.1 (2000-01-19) via .inf
5.00.2184.1 (2000-01-18) via .inf
2 x Serial + 1 Parallel ports PCI I/O card
Alagappan (DG Staff Member) on 23-Dec-2005
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|DOS/ITK21ADR.EXE||127.2 KB||14 Aug 2001|
|DOS/itk21mod.exe||121.9 KB||14 Aug 2001|
|NT/DATA.TAG||114 bytes||17 Feb 2001|
|NT/SETUP.EXE||59.4 KB||12 May 1997|
|NT/SETUP.INI||47 bytes||17 Feb 2001|
|NT/_INST32I.EX_||316.9 KB||12 May 1997|
|NT/_ISDEL.EXE||8.2 KB||12 May 1997|
|NT/_SETUP.DLL||11.3 KB||12 May 1997|
|NT/_sys1.cab||181.7 KB||17 Feb 2001|
|NT/_user1.cab||7.5 KB||17 Feb 2001|
|NT/data1.cab||58.3 KB||17 Feb 2001|
|NT/lang.dat||352 bytes||13 Mar 1997|
|NT/layout.bin||334 bytes||17 Feb 2001|
|NT/os.dat||419 bytes||19 Mar 1997|
|NT/setup.ins||57.4 KB||21 Jan 1999|
|NT/setup.lid||47 bytes||17 Feb 2001|
|WIN98/Cybsrl.vxd||12.4 KB||7 Jun 1999|
|WIN98/Cybsui.dll||84.6 KB||24 Jul 1999|
|WIN98/Itk21.inf||14.3 KB||8 Sep 1999|
|WIN98/Parenum.vxd||17.2 KB||24 Jul 1998|
|WIN98/itk21pci.inf||1.7 KB||8 Sep 1999|
|WIN98/pciio.vxd||14.4 KB||17 Feb 2001|
|WIN98/vsr.vxd||24.7 KB||8 Sep 1999|
|Win95/Cybsrl.vxd||12.4 KB||8 Jun 1999|
|Win95/Cybsui.dll||84.6 KB||25 Jul 1999|
|Win95/Itk21.inf||14.4 KB||15 Oct 1999|
|Win95/Parenum.vxd||17.2 KB||25 Jul 1998|
|Win95/itk21pci.inf||1.7 KB||15 Oct 1999|
|Win95/pciio.vxd||14.4 KB||17 Feb 2001|
|Win95/vsr.vxd||24.7 KB||14 Oct 1999|
|release.txt||189 bytes||18 May 2001|
|win2000/Itk21.inf||18.7 KB||3 Aug 2001|
|win2000/Itk21pci.INF||4.6 KB||10 Mar 2000|
|win2000/cbports.dll||46.6 KB||3 Jan 2001|
|win2000/cbserial.sys||55.0 KB||3 Jan 2001|
|win2000/portenum.sys||8.0 KB||23 Jul 2001|
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