MediaVision 650-0060-52-A Driver Download

Download the latest version of the 650-0060-52-A driver for your computer's operating system. This version of "" has been downloaded 561 times with a user rating of 5 out of 5 stars, based on 11 reviews. The total disk space used for this update is 969.7 KB.

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I hope I didn't get these mixed up, but you may need to try the others. I know that one of the pro audio 16 cards works with 95, and they should all three work with windows 3.1.

This one has SCSI on it.

Uploaded By

scorns (DG Member) on 24-May-2002

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
LHARC.EXE 31.3 KB 7 Oct 2000
TESTIRQ.WAV 22.5 KB 12 Feb 1993
TEST.WAV 11.1 KB 12 Feb 1993
QAINFO.EXE 92.4 KB 7 Oct 2000
MVINST.INF 9.5 KB 20 May 1993
SCANDOS.TXT 1.5 KB 4 Jan 1980
TESTDMA.WAV 27.5 KB 12 Feb 1993
MVCONFIG.TXT 39 bytes 4 Jan 1980
MVSOUND.SYS 17.7 KB 12 May 1993
MOD.LZH 133.5 KB 12 Mar 1993
PLAY.EXE 51.7 KB 7 Oct 2000
FILELIST.TXT 2.2 KB 22 May 1993
PCM.COM 12.8 KB 7 Oct 2000
PROAS.EXE 17.3 KB 7 Oct 2000
PROGRAMS.LZH 533.2 KB 28 May 1993
TBPRO.LZH 139.8 KB 12 Mar 1993

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