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|Supported OS: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP|
File Version: Version 5.0.1171
File Size: 1.2 MB
|Supported OS: All Win 2000|
File Size: 539.4 KB
4,690 DownloadsSubmitted Mar 11, 2000 by Ehab Shawki (DG Member)
|Supported OS: Win 2003 Server, Win XP Home, Win XP Pro, Win 2000 Workstation, Win 2000 Server, Win NT 4.0, Win NT 3.51, Win ME, Win 98SE, Win 98, Win 95, Win 3.11|
File Size: 632.7 KB
5,183 DownloadsSubmitted Apr 17, 2000 by Pierre-Alain Claes (DG Member):
"This is the version 2.28 of the driversThere is a setup program for the installation of the driversThe AEC671X SCSI cards are BIOS-free cards that are based on the ATP870 chip.These are the Dos, Netware 4/5,OS2, SCO-Unix, Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 3.1 drivers"
|Supported OS: Win 98, Win 95|
File Size: 582.7 KB
4,064 DownloadsSubmitted Jan 9, 2002 by Jerry K (DG Staff Member):
"Acard (Achip) pci scsi host adaptersAEC-6712TU, AEC-6712TX, using chipset ATP-876 or ATP-876U-A AEC-6712UW, AEC-6712U, AEC-6710UW, AEC-6710U, using chipset ATP-870UW AEC-6712S, AEC-6710S, using chipset ATP-870IUVersion 2.33Supports Win95/Win98/Win ..."
|Supported OS: Win ME|
File Size: 18.7 KB
425 DownloadsSubmitted Dec 4, 2003 by Bergmans Roger (DG Member)