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5667 USB Drivers v3.4 [10 MB ZIP File]
Alternate Location at ISP Infinitum in MX 5667 USB Drivers v3.4 [10 MB ZIP File]
Internet Archive backup location 5667 USB Drivers v3.4 [10 MB ZIP File]
Alternate Location at ISP Frontier.Net - (Base Driver only) 5667 USB Drivers v3.4 [136 KB EXE File]
Alternate Location at DriverGuide.com (does not have manuals in archive) 5667USB34.zip [3.2 MB Zip File]
Alternate Location (does not have manuals in archive) 5667 USB Drivers v3.4 [3.03 MB ZIP File]
(The 10M ZIP File contains 5667 Manuals # 007-5667-003.pdf, 007-0141-002.pdf, 007-0093-001.pdf, and 007-0224-002.pdf in the Documentation sub folders)
There is a CD ISO version also available here:
»Efficient Networks Forum FAQ »Is there a CD Image for the 5667 if I'm missing the original CD?
Older 5667 Bridge/Modem USB Drivers v188.8.131.52 with User Guides and PDF reader:
Internet Archive backup location 5667B USB Drivers v184.108.40.206 [6.2 MB ZIP File]
NOTE: The 5667 was discontinued long before Microsoft created Windows Vista or Windows 7 so the USB Software Drivers were only designed for Windows XP and older Operating Systems like Window 2000, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows 98 and Windows 95. There were no further updates to the 5667 USB Drivers. There is no known workaround for USB and if you do load the drivers in a newer Operating System, it is suggested you create a Restore Point first in case the USB Drivers damage Windows, but you can use a 10/100 Multi-Port Switch behind the 5667 to multiply the number of Ethernet Port connections that can be made. The 5667 Router version can then support up to 253 PCs on its Ethernet Port if you provide that many replicated ports using Multi-Port Switches.