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Microsoft KB Archive/104843

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Changes to Windows NT Driver Library: CD-ROM

Last reviewed: May 9, 1997
Article ID: Q104843



The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Windows NT Workstation version 3.5
  • Microsoft Windows NT Server version 3.5

- THESE DRIVERS ARE TESTED AND CERTIFIED WITH WINDOWS NT VERSION 3.5 ONLY -

SUMMARY

Below is a summary of the changes to the CD-ROM drivers in the Microsoft Windows NT Driver Library (WNTDL). The WNTDL offers support for several printers, displays, and network adapter cards not provided with Windows NT version 3.1.

To see WNTDL.TXT, which contains a complete listing of the WNTDL's contents and instructions for obtaining the WNTDL, query on "Q100209"(without the quotation marks) in the Microsoft Knowledge Base.

Panasonic CD-ROM Driver (MKECR.EXE) S14233

08/20/93 - MKECR.EXE has been added to the WNTDL. This driver supports

           the Panasonic CR-52x and CR-56c family of CD-ROM drives. It
           also contains a license agreement. MKECR.EXE also supports the
           Creative Labs Sound Blaster.



Additional query words: prodnt

Keywords : kb3rdparty kbhw ntdistrib ntdriver nthw
Version : 3.5
Platform : WINDOWS
Resolution Type : kbfile


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Last reviewed: May 9, 1997
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