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[DIR] Parent Directory 27-Oct-2011 16:03 - [   ] Drivers.zip 09-Sep-2011 17:03 3.8M [DIR] bin/ 02-Mar-1999 17:57 - [DIR] e-zines/ 19-Mar-2001 13:01 - [TXT] ftpwelcome.msg 15-Dec-1999 12:54 1k [DIR] incoming/ 11-Oct-2014 07:55 - [DIR] local/ 21-Nov-2003 14:09 - [DIR] pub/ 28-May-2014 19:00 -

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