AMD PCnet-Home Based Adapter Driver Download

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AMD PCnet-Home Based Adapter Driver

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Diamond Multimedia

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name (142.6 KB)

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Uploader Notes

Support for all Windows versions from 95 to XP.

Uploaded By

Kristian (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
WinXP/PCNTN5HL.SYS 30.3 KB 17 Aug 2001
WinXP/netamdhl.inf 9.3 KB 17 Dec 2001
WinXP/MswinXP.txt 2.0 KB 17 Dec 2001
Version.txt 54 bytes 17 Dec 2001
MSWIN98.TXT 5.4 KB 4 Aug 1999
Drivers/PCNTN5HL.SYS 39.0 KB 2 Mar 1999
Drivers/PCNTN4HL.SYS 33.3 KB 2 Mar 1999
Drivers/PCNTN3HL.SYS 30.7 KB 2 Mar 1999
WinME/PCNTN5HL.SYS 40.8 KB 6 Dec 1999
WinME/NETAMDHL.INF 9.9 KB 2 Aug 1999
NETAMDHL.INF 9.8 KB 12 Apr 2000
MSWIN95.TXT 5.4 KB 10 Apr 2000
Win2000/MSW2000.TXT 1.4 KB 29 Jul 1999
Win2000/PCNTN5HL.SYS 40.6 KB 8 Oct 1999
Win2000/NETAMDHL.INF 9.8 KB 12 Apr 2000
WinNT40/PCNETHL.GID 8.6 KB 30 Mar 2000
WinNT40/AMDHLDLG.DLL 6.7 KB 4 Dec 1998
WinNT40/PCNTN4HL.SYS 34.8 KB 30 Sep 1999
WinNT40/OEMSETUP.INF 30.0 KB 10 Apr 2000

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