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>>Recommended<< Driver Download: 32-bit Driver for Yukon Devices (v10.60.6.3)
Software Name yk60x86_v10.60.6.3.zip
Manufacturer 32-bit Driver for Yukon Devices (v10.60.6.3)
System Windows Vista (32bit)
File Size 378.8 kiB (387979 bytes)
Released 8/17/2013
Device 3Com 3C2000-T Gigabit Adapter
Description yk60x86_v10.60.6.3.zip will help you fix your driver problems. You need to restart after the installation of the driver.

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