Centos CI-69121 Download Drivers

Available 3 files for CI-69121
Company
Centos
Categories
USB
Model
Centos CI-69121
Description
1394a+USB2.0+LAN Combo PCI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
Mac Os v10.2.3
Version Driver
3.1
Size Driver
528Kb
File Name
usb2ehci_v3_1.img.bin
Info
this driver will not work with older Mac OS X versions
Company
Centos
Categories
USB
Model
Centos CI-69121
Description
1394a+USB2.0+LAN Combo PCI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
Mac Os Xv10.1 to 10.1.5
Version Driver
1.0.8
Size Driver
275Kb
File Name
usb2ehci_v108.img.bin
Company
Centos
Categories
USB
Model
Centos CI-69121
Description
1394a+USB2.0+LAN Combo PCI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
Windows 98Se-Me-2000-XP
Version Driver
5.05
Size Driver
2Mb
File Name
rtlsetup-8139(451).zip
Info
How to use this RTLSetup Utility
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For Windows ME:

1. If the Operating System's New Hardware Wizard prompts you that
"New Hardware Found" for the "PCI Ethernet Controller", you should
click "Next" until "Finish" is clicked and without specifying
location of the driver. You will see the "PCI Ethernet Controller"
in the Device Manager.

2. Then you can install or update the NDIS driver with "setup" or
"setup -s" command:
a) setup: The InstallShield will prompt you the steps to install
or upgrade the driver.

b) setup -s: The InstallShield will complete the installation or
upgrade without prompting you any instruction.

You need to reboot the system immediately after the Install shield
completes the installation/upgrade.

3. Do not click "Cancel" during New Hardware Wizard searches for the
driver.

4. You can remove RTLSetup utility from Add/Remove Program Palette in
Control Panel, the InstallShield will prompt you the steps to remove
the driver. After remove the driver, please restart the system
immediately.

For Windows 2000/XP:

1. If the Operating System's Found New Hardware Wizard prompts you that
"New Hardware Found" for the "Ethernet Controller", you should click
"Next" until "Finish" is clicked and without specifying location of
the driver. You will see the "Ethernet Controller" in the Device
Manager.

2. Then you can install or upgrade the NDIS driver with "setup" or
"setup -s" command:
a) setup: The InstallShield will prompt you the steps to install
or upgrade the driver.

b) setup -s: The InstallShield will complete the installation or
upgrade without prompting you any instruction.

3. You can remove RTLSetup utility from Add/Remove Program Palette in
Control Panel, the InstallShield will prompt you the steps to remove
the driver. After remove the driver, please restart the system
immediately if you want your networking to be re-installed.
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