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The Windows 98 WDM driver only works with Windows 98 SE. You will need to use the Windows 98 WDM drivers only if you intend to use Microsoft DVD Player or need DirectShow support. Aside from the WDM drivers, there are no major changes or updates in the applications and drivers from the previous version.

This package works only with the PC-DVD Encore and PC-DVD Encore 5x kits with a Dxr2 Decoder, and the PC-DVD RAM drive with a Dxr2 Decoder card. This file does not support the Dxr3 Decoder.

 
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Publisher Creative Technology
Publisher web site http://www.creative.com/
Release Date July 16, 1999
Date Added July 16, 1999
Version (7/16/1999)

Category

Category Drivers
Subcategory CD & DVD Drivers

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 95/98/NT
Additional Requirements Windows 95/98/NT

Download Information

File Size 4.75MB
File Name dvdewup.exe

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Total Downloads 283,594
Downloads Last Week 2

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License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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