This will decompress the self-extracting file onto the floppy diskette. In Windows 95 this file is located in the C: Find all threads started by Franc Zabkar. Installation Manager Success Stats: The time now is But i found this link with google: September 13th 06,

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Mitsumi CD-ROM Controller with Double Speed Drive Drivers Download

Also tried a different cable, but got no effect at all. No I did not try to Add Hardware etc.

OR – Repeatedly tap the F8 key after the memory count to bring up the boot menu. Find all posts by Franc Zabkar. This will decompress the self-extracting file onto the floppy diskette.

Will try on the Safe mode etc and many thanks for your response. Board index All times are UTC. I checked the cd-rom drive, and seems its working fine. I doubt the user has a machine of that vintage running 98SE, but it is possible. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA.


This option requires no OS understanding. July 21st 05 Each required its own driver.

Mitsumi Electronics Cd Rom Controller With Double Speed Drive W Driver Download

This site hosts no abandonware. But still finding the orginal manual for it And cd-rom drive doesnt work.

All data on this disk will be removed. It makes an automaticly string: January 12th 05 Download the latest driver from our ftp site. September 13th 06, Return to General Old Hardware.

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Yes, its indeed a vintage Packardbell Club S. Find all threads started by glee. And do I point to this this location in floppy for updating the driver? Thanks for adding that to the thread.

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Mitsumi Double Speed CD-ROM + Controller Card (USA)

Direct Download Success Stats: If that’s cc case, make sure you are connecting the drive on the IDE connector, not the mitsumi one. I have also seen numerous times where such a non-existent controller was manually added by a user in an attempt to get an IDE-connected optical drive working.


For being sure the cd-rom player works, i have connecting it now to a pentium mhz rig. Probably that of the windows 98 bootdisk will do. Think somehow one of us deleted the driver or something else without realosing it.

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