Digital Research Technologies OEM USB Mass Storage Device Driver Download

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Supported Models

DRMP3P01 Driver

OEM USB Mass Storage Device Driver

Trumpion 33520 ISP enable Driver

Trumpion 33520 mass storage device Driver

Trumpion 33520 test mass storage device Driver

USB Mass Storage Device Driver

trumpion USB Device Driver (Bulk) Driver

trumpion USB Device Driver (CB) Driver

Manufacturers

Digital Research Technologies

Microsoft

Trumpion Microelectronics

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

Versions

5.00.2183.1 (1999-11-14) via .inf

Uploader Notes

This is all the drivers,

Win2k

Win98

WinMe

WinXP

Read file is included - this is the complete Floppy.

Durring install it will warn that the driver may be wrong, but it will work anyway.

Uploaded By

Matt Reed (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
WINME/TMI_SCSI.MPD 8.6 KB 26 Feb 2001
WINME/UNINST~1.EXE 102.4 KB 26 Feb 2001
WINME/TMI_DISK.SYS 21.3 KB 26 Feb 2001
WINME/TMI_SCSI.INF 733 bytes 26 Feb 2001
WINME/TMI_USB.INF 958 bytes 26 Feb 2001
WIN98/TMI_SCSI.MPD 8.6 KB 26 Feb 2001
WIN98/UNINST~1.EXE 102.4 KB 26 Feb 2001
WIN98/TMI_DISK.SYS 21.3 KB 26 Feb 2001
WIN98/TMI_SCSI.INF 733 bytes 26 Feb 2001
WIN98/TMI_USB.INF 958 bytes 26 Feb 2001
WINXP/T33520~1.INF 2.8 KB 15 Mar 2001
WIN2K/T33520~1.INF 2.8 KB 15 Mar 2001

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