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SRC06USB020323.zip (320.9 KB)
1.00.21011.00.2101 (2002-02-01) via .inf
Converter Driver File
Kesavan (DG Staff Member) on 15-Mar-2007
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|FTCOMMS.VXD||23.1 KB||1 Feb 2002|
|FTDIBUS.SYS||18.1 KB||1 Feb 2002|
|FTDIPORT.INF||4.1 KB||12 Feb 2002|
|FTDIUNIN.INI||91 bytes||13 Jun 2001|
|FTSENUM.SYS||25.2 KB||1 Feb 2002|
|FTSENUM.VXD||7.7 KB||1 Feb 2002|
|FTSER2K.SYS||49.1 KB||1 Feb 2002|
|FTSERIAL.SYS||57.3 KB||1 Feb 2002|
|FTSERMOU.INF||2.0 KB||5 Jul 2000|
|FTSERMOU.VXD||9.3 KB||21 Sep 2001|
|FTSERUI.DLL||17.8 KB||5 Jul 2000|
|Ftdiunin.exe||414.7 KB||20 Jan 2002|
|ftdibus.inf||3.3 KB||23 Mar 2002|
|ftdiun2k.ini||92 bytes||1 Sep 2000|
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