In the KBOX 2000 Driver Directory (\\kbox2000\Drivers) there are directories and sub directories, many of which are one letter. Has anyone found out what most of these meant? I know the type of drivers such as "c = chipset" etc. thanks to the Admin Guide, but for some of the manufactures I am at a loss.Below is what i have found so far, I looked inside the inf files and used common sense(nv, n = nvidia, or i, in = intel) and found the manufacturer; Unfortunately a lot of the inf files did not contain the manufacturer. This can also provide a comprehensive guide for lazy sysadmins etc.

Here is what i have so far.
Graphics:
3 = 3dfx inc.
a= ATI
as =?
i = Intel
m = Metrox?
n = nVidia
p = ?
s = Silicon Integrated Systems?
s3 = s3?
t = xvga? mct?
v = s3?
x = XGI Technology

Chipset (companies not included in graphics)
am = ?
at = ati
au = uli electronics inc?
d = intel Metolious?
f = Fujitsu
h = HP
IT = ITE

LAN
3 = 3com
ac = Accton
ad = admtek
ag = Agere
as = asix
at = Attansic Technology
b = Broadcom
be = ?
c = Conceptronic
co = Corega
d = D-link
da = ?
i = icplus
in = intel
l = ?
li = Linksys
m = Marvell
mi = ?
mo = madge?
n = netgear
nd = ndc
ns = National Semiconductor Corp
nv = nvidia
o = ?
r = Realtek
s = Silicon Integrated Systems Corp
sb = smartBridges
sm = ?
su = SURECOM
t = TRENDware International
tr = ADMtek
u = ?
v = ?
x = Xircom
z = USBs Semiconductor Corporation?

Mass Storage Drivers
vm = vmware
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