IBM Aptiva 2134 Driver Download

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Supported Models

IBM Aptiva 2134 Driver

2159 and 2176 Driver

Manufacturers

IBM

Supported Operating Systems

Not Applicable

File Name

couflash.exe (1.2 MB)

Versions

BSTUS4I or BFLUS4N (Depending on Aptiva u have) (11-Feb-1999)

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Uploader Notes

This flash BIOS update is for use on miscellaneous IBM 2134, 2159 and 2176 Aptiva systems. It installs BIOS level BSTxx4I (BSTUS4I on US systems) on Aptivas with the A-2 motherboard and the ATI 3D Rage graphics chipset and level BFLxx4N (BFLUS4N on US systems) on Aptivas with the A-1 motherboard and the SiS graphics chipset.

2134-C21 SiS BFLUS4N 2/11/99

2176-Cxx ATI Rage BSTUS4I 2/11/99

2176-Cxx SiS BFLUS4N 2/11/99

2159-Sxx ATI Rage BSTUS4I 2/11/99

NOTE: Some users with with drives larger than 4.2GB experienced problems with the 1/22/99 release of COUFLASH (BST_4H/BFL_4M) which resulted in IBM pulling that file briefly and reissuing a debugged version on 2/11/99 (This file).

INSTRUCTIONS:

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1. Download the COUFLASH.EXE.

2. Insert a blank 3.5

Uploaded By

jaz56303 (DG Member) on 5-Feb-2006

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
couflash(2).IMA 1.5 MB 5 Feb 2006

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