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Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1
AP10_SCSI_Pro_All_v1.01.exe (176.4 KB)
DriverGuide (DG Staff Member) on 9-Sep-2003
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|Win9x/readme.txt||2.4 KB||7 Dec 2000|
|Win9x/W9XASC.CAT||52 bytes||26 Jan 2000|
|Win9x/W9XASC.INF||5.2 KB||16 May 2000|
|Win9x/W9XASC.MPD||30.9 KB||28 Apr 2000|
|Dos boot files/MSCDEX.EXE||25.4 KB||31 May 1994|
|Dos boot files/CONFIG.SYS||69 bytes||6 Nov 2000|
|Dos boot files/ADV3550.SYS||62.3 KB||5 Oct 1999|
|Dos boot files/ADVDISK.EXE||39.3 KB||17 Nov 1997|
|Dos boot files/ADVANCD.SYS||12.3 KB||15 Apr 1998|
|Dos boot files/AUTOEXEC.BAT||20 bytes||6 Nov 2000|
|NT/NT4ASC.SYS||32.7 KB||28 Apr 2000|
|NT/NT4ASC.INF||2.1 KB||28 Apr 2000|
|NT/TXTSETUP.OEM||479 bytes||28 Apr 2000|
|NT/readme.txt||4.7 KB||7 Dec 2000|
|Win2000/readme.txt||6.8 KB||7 Dec 2000|
|Win2000/DISKW||21 bytes||2 Dec 1999|
|Win2000/W2KASC.CAT||52 bytes||26 Jan 2000|
|Win2000/W2KASC.INF||2.5 KB||28 Apr 2000|
|Win2000/W2KASC.SYS||25.5 KB||28 Apr 2000|
|Dos CD-ROM driver/ADVANCD.SYS||12.3 KB||15 Apr 1998|
|Dos CD-ROM driver/ADVASPI.SYS||54.4 KB||9 Nov 1999|
|Dos CD-ROM driver/readme.txt||1.9 KB||7 Dec 2000|
|AdvanSys Driver Update Utility||DriverEasy_Setup.exe||5.2 MB||153||Free Download >>|
|Driver||Win9x_2.9i.zip||20.3 KB||440||Free Download >>|
|Driver||n/a||Appro_Win9x_v1.01.exe||50.4 KB||25||Free Download >>|
|AdvanSys ABP 480 Cardbus Ultra SCSI Adapter Driver||AdvanSys_ABP_4... ver.zip||1.7 MB||105||Free Download >>|
|AP-10 SCSI Pro Driver||AP10_SCSI_Pro_... .01.exe||176.4 KB||190||Free Download >>|
|AP-10 SCSI Pro Driver||AP10_SCSI_Pro_... .01.exe||176.4 KB||32||Free Download >>|
|AP-20 SCSI Pro Driver||n/a||AP20_SCSI_Pro_... .01.exe||176.4 KB||57||Free Download >>|
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|KW-830UA Driver||n/a||830UA.zip||733.5 KB||43||Free Download >>|
|ScanMaker x6 Driver||sw260.exe||3.8 MB||8||Free Download >>|
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