HP Colorado 14GB Internal Travan Driver Download

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Supported Models

HP Colorado 14GB Internal Travan Driver

Manufacturers

HP

Supported Operating Systems

Other

File Name

14gb401.exe (436.6 KB)

Versions

4.01

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Uploaded By

DriverGuide (DG Staff Member) on 7-Oct-1999

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
Readme.txt 21.6 KB 14 Jul 1999
Liesmich.txt 26.2 KB 15 Jul 1999
hpatapi.vxd 9.8 KB 7 Apr 1999
HpQ_FFU.exe 473.1 KB 20 May 1999
Leame.txt 25.4 KB 15 Jul 1999
DTT401.HEX 1.4 KB 23 Oct 1998
Leggimi.txt 24.9 KB 15 Jul 1999
HpT4Dos.ini 124 bytes 15 Jul 1999
HpNtSA.dll 49.7 KB 7 Apr 1999
HpT4Dos.exe 126.1 KB 20 May 1999
FW401.HEX 297.9 KB 14 Jul 1999
Lisezmoi.txt 25.8 KB 15 Jul 1999
ASPI4RAP.SYS 8.9 KB 7 Apr 1999
Tape32.dll 29.2 KB 7 Apr 1999
HpAtapi.dll 30.2 KB 7 Apr 1999
HpQ_FFU.ini 142 bytes 15 Jul 1999

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