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 PostPost subject: DOS drivers!        Posted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 1:07 pm 
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Thu Aug 24, 2006 6:28 pm

I've got a new project going on: Plug and Play in DOS. You're probably thinking this is not possible (or maybe you know it's possible), but thanks to a device I finally found (from Bart) called PCIScan, I can collect a driver database and set up a PNP list (using, allowing most drivers to be auto-loaded (high, of course).

What do I need from the community? I need help collecting all the drivers that have been released. I could do it fairly fast, but having a thousand files names " doesn't help. If you would like to contribute, start digging up your old drivers, or downloading them online!

When downloading, please name files in the following format:

"Manufacturer" "Device1" "Device2"


"Adaptec ANA-6911 ANA-6922 ANA-6944 ANA-69940.exe"

If a driver has too many supported devices, copy and paste the supported devices into a text file and name the text and driver follow in the following way:

"Manufacturer" "Chipset"


"ATI mach64 Chips.exe"

When uploading, upload into the proper category. If the category does not exist, create a folder for it. All uploads go in the /uploads folder. Drivers I have collected are available in the / folder. It is suggested to compare yours to these to make sure there are no duplicates.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 10:23 pm 
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Sat Aug 19, 2006 1:25 am


I wrote a DOS PCI auto detector for the OSBA portable OS challenge. Could it be any use for you?

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