10/100Mbps PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver
PCI Fast Ethernet Wake-On-LAN Adapter Driver
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98
281.zip (488.9 KB)
1.25.01.0725 (2001-07-25) via .inf
Wired_Networking Driver File.
Sivaprakash (DG Staff Member) on 29-May-2006
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|CLIENT32/DM9PCI.INF||12.1 KB||4 Sep 2000|
|CLIENT32/DM9PCI.LAN||21.9 KB||11 Dec 2001|
|CLIENT32/DM9PCI.LDI||28.1 KB||11 Dec 2001|
|CLIENT32/README.TXT||5.0 KB||10 Dec 2001|
|CUSTOMER.DAT||633 bytes||27 Oct 2000|
|DIAG9102.EXE||12.5 KB||17 Jul 2001|
|DM9INST.DLL||16.4 KB||5 Dec 2001|
|DM9NDI.DLL||6.7 KB||5 Dec 2001|
|DM9PCI.DOS||47.1 KB||5 Dec 2001|
|DM9PCI3.SYS||25.4 KB||5 Dec 2001|
|DM9PCI4.SYS||25.8 KB||5 Dec 2001|
|DM9PCI5.SYS||33.2 KB||5 Dec 2001|
|DOSODI/DM9PCI.COM||56.2 KB||11 Dec 2001|
|DOSODI/DM9PCI.INS||940 bytes||4 Sep 2000|
|DOSODI/NET.CFG||2.2 KB||12 Jul 2000|
|DOSODI/README.TXT||2.1 KB||10 Dec 2001|
|Dosdiag.exe||64.7 KB||27 Oct 2000|
|FreeBSD/freebsd.txt||2.2 KB||27 Dec 2000|
|Help.doc||5.8 KB||17 Jul 2001|
|Linux/PRO200.tar.gz||93.2 KB||27 Nov 2001|
|MSLANMAN.DOS/DRIVERS/ETHERNET/DM9PCI/DM9PCI.DOS||48.2 KB||4 Sep 2000|
|MSLANMAN.DOS/DRIVERS/ETHERNET/DM9PCI/PROTOCOL.INI||1.5 KB||4 Sep 2000|
|MSLANMAN.DOS/DRIVERS/NIF/DM9PCI.NIF||136 bytes||4 Sep 2000|
|NW312/NW312.TXT||1.7 KB||4 Sep 2000|
|NW410/NW410.TXT||3.4 KB||4 Sep 2000|
|NW411/NW411.TXT||3.4 KB||4 Sep 2000|
|NW50/DM9PCI.LAN||21.9 KB||11 Dec 2001|
|NW50/DM9PCI.LDI||28.1 KB||11 Dec 2001|
|NW50/NW312/ETHERTSM.NLM||12.0 KB||30 Apr 1998|
|NW50/NW312/MSM31X.NLM||68.4 KB||21 Apr 1998|
|NW50/NW312/NBI31X.NLM||38.1 KB||17 Oct 1997|
|NW50/NW4X/ETHERTSM.NLM||12.0 KB||30 Apr 1998|
|NW50/NW4X/MSM.NLM||76.4 KB||21 Apr 1998|
|NW50/NW4X/NBI.NLM||20.4 KB||17 Oct 1997|
|NW50/NW50.TXT||3.0 KB||4 Sep 2000|
|Netdm.inf||14.4 KB||29 Nov 2001|
|OEMSETUP.INF||36.2 KB||10 Dec 2001|
|Pro200wl.cat||11.5 KB||12 Nov 2001|
|README.1ST||8.4 KB||10 Dec 2001|
|RPLROM/DOSODI/README.TXT||1.4 KB||5 Nov 1999|
|RPLROM/README.TXT||596 bytes||6 Mar 2000|
|RPLROM/WINNT/DOSBB.CNF||503 bytes||6 Mar 2000|
|RPLROM/WINNT/PROTOCOL.INI||1.1 KB||5 Nov 1999|
|RPLROM/WINNT/README.TXT||5.1 KB||6 Mar 2000|
|RPLROM/WINNT/W95BB.CNF||513 bytes||6 Mar 2000|
|SETUP.EXE||12.5 KB||17 Jul 2001|
|Sco50/README.TXT||915 bytes||4 Sep 2000|
|Sco50/SCO/CUSTOM.DST||25.1 KB||1 Sep 2000|
|WFW311/DM9PCI.DOS||48.2 KB||4 Sep 2000|
|WFW311/OEMSETUP.INF||841 bytes||4 Sep 2000|
|WFW311/README.TXT||4.2 KB||4 Sep 2000|
|WINDOWS.TXT||9.4 KB||11 Dec 2001|
|WinXP/DM9INST.DLL||16.4 KB||10 Dec 2001|
|WinXP/DM9PCI5.SYS||33.2 KB||10 Dec 2001|
|WinXP/Netdm.inf||14.4 KB||6 Dec 2001|
|WinXP/pro200wl.cat||11.5 KB||12 Nov 2001|
|packetd/DM9PCIPD.COM||51.1 KB||4 Sep 2000|
|packetd/README.TXT||4.0 KB||4 Sep 2000|
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