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  • File:
    pro200wl vista driver german
  • License:
    Freeware
  • Language:
    English
  • Editors' Review:
    Not yet reviewed
  • Updated:
    17/11/2012
  • Publisher:
    Vergil1980
  • Platform:
    Win XP/Vista/7/8, Linux, Mac
  • File size:
    82 Mb
  • Last month's downloads:
    642
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User Reviews - Pro200wl vista driver german

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by Bertram1970 on October 01, 2013, 16:43 download pro200wl vista driver german User reviews

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how can i rate it when i cannot open the program? it says in fileforum it is for xp/2000. not true. they only made a patch which does not seem to work. it says in website if patch does not work then program is not compatible with your operating system - no sh*t! it will not accept the user user or user password. waste of my time. it is an old program someone is trying to ressurect and make a buck off of. might be ok for 95 and 98 users.
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by Auberon1984 on September 16, 2013, 13:23 download pro200wl vista driver german User reviews

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3 seconds between 2 files time is considered as identical. it can be disabled there: edit > options > compare.
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by Hubert1976 on May 22, 2013, 11:41 download pro200wl vista driver german User reviews

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can it copy an os disc ?
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by Cyrus1988 on May 13, 2013, 23:33 download pro200wl vista driver german User reviews

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good program but can tend to have memory problems for some reason.
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by Rollo1980 on September 02, 2013, 09:21 download pro200wl vista driver german User reviews

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there is a fairly large difference between players based on sound quality alone: i use an good separate outboard dac with a decent amplifier & speakers with reasonable quality interconnects & aimp beats winamp into the weeds no contest.i use .flac encoded music some of the time now & aimp plays that great ~ if you are using a built in sound chip & or cheap sound card & or plastic speakers you probably wont notice the difference but also wont know what's on the audio you play either ~aimp does not have any associated junk-ware supplied with it as does winamp so you don't need to go to the effort of slimming it down. the are other audio players that are better than winamp on sound quality perhaps most of them actually ~you can do far, far better than this ~in linux audacious does a pretty good job ~(true media program neophytes ~ someone who is willing to pay a small amount to at least have some idea what the original recording sounded like, not really an obsession is it?)edit: @ roj - i'll give deadbeef a try tomorrow in linux, thanks for the tip :-)edit 2 @ roj - major increase in detail etc. with deadbeef, i was always a little dissatisfied with music on linux, that's now sorted - thanks :-)