95x UART/parallel port Reference drivers, version 4.00 Windows 9x/ME drivers --------------------- Features: Automatic enumeration of all 95x UARTs, both internal and local bus 95x-mode driver for enhanced serial port performance GUI configuration for all serial ports Hook to use generic driver for Parallel port (can disable parallel port interrupt) Windows 2000/XP drivers ----------------------- Features: Automatic enumeration of all 95x UARTs 95x-mode driver for enhanced performance GUI configuration for all serial ports PCI serial ports run in memory-mapped mode for faster throughput Parallel port driver COM port remapping under port properties (Device Manager) ACPI Power Management support Windows NT4 drivers ------------------- Features: Automatic enumeration of 95x UARTs 128-deep FIFO and fill level usage Optimised interrupt handling, tx FIFO topped up on all interrupts Registry or .inf-settable Vendor/Device IDs, trigger levels. Memory-mapped operation for increased throughput. Seperate parallel port driver and installer To install the serial port driver, run "Install_Serial" from the \NT4_Serial directory To install the parallel port driver, run "Install_Parallel" from the \NT4_Parallel directory FILES IN THIS DIRECTORY ----------------------- readme this file oxpci.inf hook for PCI device and logical functions oxpci2.inf hook for child devices (serial ports / parallel port) oxser.inf installation file for standalone ports oxmf.vxd Bus enumerator for UARTs and local bus UARTs (Win9x) oxmf.sys Bus driver for UARTs and local bus UARTs (Win2000/XP) oxmfuf.sys Filter driver for PCI ports oxpp.vxd Bus enumerator for parallel port oxppui.dll Parallel port configuration utility oxser.vxd Serial port driver (Win9x) oxser.sys Serial port driver (Win2000/XP) oxserui.dll Serial port configuration utility (Win9x) oxui.dll Serial port configuration utility (Win2000/XP) oxpar.sys Parallel port driver (Win2000/XP)Download Driver Pack
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