Analog Devices 16 Bit Audio Driver Driver Download

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Supported Models

AD1848KP Driver

16 Bit Audio Driver Driver


Analog Devices


Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows 95, Windows 3.1

File Name


5.0 (27-Nov-1994)

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Uploader Notes

Driver works with AD1848 ISA Board under Windows 95/98/ME. Also it can work under win 3.x. In Windows Millenium You can't listen to mp3 music format.

Uploaded By

Alexandru tudor (DG Member) on 11-Feb-2006

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
DISK1 5 bytes 18 Feb 1994
DRIVERS.AZT 11.7 KB 28 Aug 1995
ENGLISH.AZT 29.5 KB 10 Aug 1995
INSTALL.EXE 85.6 KB 1 Aug 1995
INSTALL.INF 1.4 KB 31 Oct 1995
README.COM 16.4 KB 28 Sep 1994
README.TXT 4.6 KB 31 Oct 1995
SETUP.EXE 281.3 KB 31 Oct 1995
SETUP.INF 4.6 KB 31 Oct 1995
UTILITY.AZT 412.9 KB 22 Aug 1995
WIN95/AZT16.VXD 24.2 KB 18 Jul 1995
WIN95/AZT16W.DRV 49.0 KB 26 Oct 1995
WIN95/MSOPL.DRV 18.0 KB 11 Jul 1995
WIN95/WAVE.INF 60.4 KB 27 Oct 1995
WINDOWS.AZT 134.5 KB 1 Jun 1995

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