SUNIX PCI 4037A Multi- I/O Adapter Driver Download

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Supported Models


PCI 4025A Multi- I/O Adapter

PCI 4025D Multi- I/O Adapter

PCI 4027A Multi- I/O Adapter

PCI 4027D Multi- I/O Adapter

PCI 4028D Multi- I/O Adapter

PCI 4036A Multi- I/O Adapter

PCI 4036D Multi- I/O Adapter



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name


5.507 (2002-07-10) via .inf

Uploader Notes

Found this at works for all Microsoft operating systems, dos, linux, and os2 warp 4. This is for the IO-Best add in PCI parallel port.

Uploaded By

RADAR531 (DG Member) on 23-Oct-2002

Most Helpful Reviews

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Tested on Windows XP
28 Jun 2005

Installation: 1 out of 5
Stability: 1 out of 5
Compatibility: 1 out of 5
"This is not a is a driver identification program that is just an adverstiment to purchase a software program.

thanks for wasting my time."

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
Win9x/PARAUI.DLL 5.2 KB 15 Jul 2001
Win9x/lptdrv.vxd 13.3 KB 15 Jul 2001
Win9x/comui.dll 13.2 KB 15 Jul 2001
Win9x/spcimio.vxd 87.8 KB 15 Jul 2001
Win9x/spciuni.exe 303.6 KB 15 Jul 2001
Win9x/spciport.inf 1.5 KB 15 Jul 2001
Win9x/comdrv.vxd 21.5 KB 15 Jul 2001
Win9x/spcimio.inf 1.3 KB 15 Jul 2001
PCI install 3.3.doc 1.1 MB 15 May 2000
WinNT/Setup.ini 151 bytes 19 Mar 2001
WinNT/SNUnInst.exe 404.5 KB 19 Mar 2001
WinNT/SNPCICTL.cpl 599.6 KB 19 Mar 2001
WinNT/Setup.exe 492.5 KB 19 Mar 2001
WinNT/snxpar.sys 21.6 KB 19 Mar 2001
WinNT/SNXSER.sys 72.4 KB 19 Mar 2001
Linux/PCI_LINUX_INSTALL.DOC 68.6 KB 27 Jul 2000
DOS/INSTALL.EXE 18.6 KB 4 May 2000
DOS/README.TXT 10.7 KB 4 May 2000
DOS/PCIDOS.EXE 120.9 KB 4 May 2000
win2k and xp/snxpser.sys 49.7 KB 12 Jul 2002
win2k and xp/SNXPCIP.INF 5.7 KB 12 Jul 2002
win2k and xp/snxppal.sys 23.0 KB 12 Jul 2002
win2k and xp/snxpserx.sys 54.4 KB 12 Jul 2002
win2k and xp/SNXPCI.INF 17.1 KB 10 Jul 2002
win2k and xp/snxpcard.sys 20.8 KB 12 Jul 2002
win2k and xp/snxprops.dll 49.2 KB 12 Jul 2002
win2k and xp/snxppalx.sys 75.3 KB 12 Jul 2002

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