This driver for the Intel 82371SB PCI to USB Universal Host Controller Driver is required for many USB disk drive devices like the Iomega Zip drives and other devices. The driver does support up to Windows XP and Server 2003 but later operating systems should not need to have a driver installed as it is included. Install this driver with extreme caution as it is a base system driver. As always backup your data before installation.
Iomega Zip drives were the choice for expanded external storage in the 90’s and early 2000 because alternatives were 1.44MB floppy disks that were becoming a problem due to the nature of files and multimedia need much more space. CD writers were available at the time but were slow and un-reliable at times. Also Zip drives were much cheaper to purchase, however the disks for the Zip drivers were expensive compared to CDRW discs. Storage is 100MB, 250MB & 750MB hence the 3 models that have each number. New models are backwards compatible with smaller size disks.
Even though Windows NT 4.0 was mainly on business and school systems, you could still play all those 3D FPS games with a good graphics card. Not as common as gaming on Windows 95 but some people *cough* *cough* would play those games at work, and Windows NT 4.0 with all the service packs installed was pretty darn good and was the same base code as Windows 2000 and XP.
Voodoo 5 5000
The unreleased Voodoo 5 5000 was to be similar to the 5500 but with half of the RAM capacity (32 MB total).
Voodoo 5 5500
The Voodoo 5 5500 comes in three flavors: a universal AGP version (AGP 1/2x, prototypes were made with AGP4x-interface) with full sideband support, PCI, and the Mac Edition, which is only available for PCI, though could run in 66 MHz PCI slots. The Mac Edition has a DVI- and a VGA-A-out, the other versions just have one VGA-out.
The 3Dfx Voodoo 1 was one of the first 3D based graphics card that was affordable for home-based computer systems. By 1996 there was over 100 PC (Windows/DOS) games titles that supported the Voodoo chip sets. Most old Voodoo graphics cards should work with newer versions of Windows. In the case of DOS and Windows 95, XP etc the drivers are below.
The Linksys Wireless-G PCI Adapter installs in most desktops and lets you put
your computer almost anywhere in the building, without the cost and hassle of
running network cables. Now you don't have to drill holes in your walls and
climb through the attic or cellar to get connected to the network. Once you're
connected, you can keep in touch with your e-mail, access the Internet, use
instant messaging to chat with friends, and share files and other resources such
as printers and network storage with other computers on the network.