Intel Driver Download

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PXE PDK 2.10 - Pre-Boot Execution Environment

This application allows computers to boot from the network using their NICs. The NICs must have a boot rom on them. The boot rom must have a PXE image file on them. Note that Intel no longer support this application but their is a PDF in the package.

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PreLuFiCiDe (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
_inst32i.ex_ 320.4 KB 18 Jan 1997
_setup.dll 6.1 KB 19 Dec 1996
_setup.lib 347.9 KB 29 Jan 1999
docs/pdkrel2a.pdf 260.1 KB 28 Jan 1999
lsa.z 1.2 MB 29 Jan 1999
pdk.pak 32 bytes 29 Jan 1999
pxe_bin/e100b.ld 30.2 KB 29 Jan 1999
pxe_bin/e100b.nic 30.0 KB 29 Jan 1999
pxe_bin/futil.exe 38.1 KB 19 Jan 1999
pxe_pdk.exe 2.2 MB 7 May 2001
pxe_pdk.exe/_inst32i.ex_ 320.4 KB 18 Jan 1997
pxe_pdk.exe/_setup.dll 6.1 KB 19 Dec 1996
pxe_pdk.exe/_setup.lib 347.9 KB 29 Jan 1999
pxe_pdk.exe/docs/pdkrel2a.pdf 260.1 KB 28 Jan 1999
pxe_pdk.exe/lsa.z 1.2 MB 29 Jan 1999
pxe_pdk.exe/pdk.pak 32 bytes 29 Jan 1999
pxe_pdk.exe/pxe_bin/e100b.ld 30.2 KB 29 Jan 1999
pxe_pdk.exe/pxe_bin/e100b.nic 30.0 KB 29 Jan 1999
pxe_pdk.exe/pxe_bin/futil.exe 38.1 KB 19 Jan 1999
pxe_pdk.exe/setup.exe 45.3 KB 18 Jan 1997
pxe_pdk.exe/setup.ins 92.8 KB 29 Jan 1999
pxe_pdk.exe/setup.pkg 1.5 KB 29 Jan 1999
setup.exe 45.3 KB 18 Jan 1997
setup.ins 92.8 KB 29 Jan 1999
setup.pkg 1.5 KB 29 Jan 1999

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