Adaptec GameBridge AVC-1400/1500 Driver Download

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Adaptec GameBridge AVC-1400/1500

Adaptec GameBridge AVC-1400/1500 Loader

Adaptec GameBridge AVC-1410/1510

Adaptec GameBridge AVC-1410/1510 Loader



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows 2000

File Name

Versions (2005-10-26) via .inf

Uploader Notes

...modified the .inf files that were 'included' with the installation cd so that you don't have to use the installer. Also modded a few more things out, driver should now work with Media Center; but I don't have so can't test....can anyone confirm?

Install should be fairly self-explanatory....unzip, connect the Gamebridge and point windoze to the folder (x2)

Uploaded By

z1ggy (DG Member) on 29-Dec-2006

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
avcgbdr.inf 13.6 KB 29 Dec 2006
avcgbdr.sys 125.6 KB 26 Sep 2005
avcgbfl.inf 3.5 KB 29 Dec 2006
avcgbfl.sys 19.7 KB 26 Oct 2005 61.4 KB 15 Sep 2005 149.5 KB 8 Sep 2005 114.7 KB 24 May 2005 28.7 KB 24 May 2005
gbtvrate.dll 110.6 KB 24 May 2005
makoaudB.rom 14.3 KB 24 May 2005
makoaudC.rom 16.4 KB 24 Sep 2005
msvcp80.dll 528.4 KB 24 Jun 2004
msvcr80.dll 585.7 KB 24 Jun 2004

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