UMC8672F Driver Download

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UMC8672F Driver



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Uploader Notes

These drivers are from Original Disk and include DOS Win31 Win95 Unix OS2.

On a diskette make the following folders and place the following files in the folders for proper installation.

DOS - Um8672.sys



Windows-Int13.386, Um8672.386


Uploaded By

David J Patton (DG Member) on 30-Aug-1999

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
V1508672.PT4 21.4 KB 7 Sep 1994
INSTALL4.EXE 80.6 KB 6 Sep 1994
README.TXT 9.6 KB 7 Sep 1994
UNIX/UNIX.UMC 85.5 KB 27 Jul 1994
NETWARE/UMC311.DSK 16.3 KB 12 Aug 1994
NETWARE/UMC401.DSK 16.3 KB 12 Aug 1994
NETWARE/UMC310.DSK 15.3 KB 12 Aug 1994
OS2/UMC1S506.ADD 29.2 KB 7 Sep 1994
DOS/UM8672.SYS 24.1 KB 29 Aug 1999
WINDOWS/UM8672.386 19.5 KB 29 Aug 1999
WINDOWS/INT13.386 5.5 KB 12 Aug 1994
IDETEST.DAT 368.6 KB 29 Aug 1999

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