Dos driver to enable the PCGA-CD51A external PCMCIA cd-rom drive.
After downloading, insert a blank formatted 1.44 mb disk in floppy drive. Use Windows Explorer to locate this file you just downloaded. Double-click it and the files will be written to the floppy disk. This procedure will create an entire boot disk from the floppy. After it's finished, reboot pc with this disk left in the A drive. It will boot the pc to dos mode and enable the PCGA-CD51A drive automatically during boot. Your cd-rom drive can be accessed now using the drive letter D
No modifications are needed to disk files... just use it as is.