Intel Acer Aspire 5310 Free Driver Download
Hard Disk Controller Drivers, hdc, SCSIAdapter
Acer Aspire 5310
Supported Operating Systems
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Intel SATA driver for Acer 5310 laptops.
Use the driver when downgrading from Windows Vista to Windows XP (to enable your Intel SATA hard disk controller)
File name: Driver-Intel V220.127.116.110 for XP x86(WHQL).zip
Intel Storage Driver v18.104.22.1680
File Size (KB): 491771
Operating System: Windows XP
Description: Intel Storage Driver v22.214.171.1240
Related Products: Aspire 5310, Aspire 5710, Aspire 5710Z
Jerry K (DG Member) on 9/19/2007
AS5310_Storage_Driver-Intel_V126.96.36.1990_for_XP_x86_WHQL_.zip (491.8 KB)
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