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Assembly Language/C Programmer Wanted

Programmer wanted to write Windows 95 device driver for Tseng
Labs ET4000AX to create NTSC/PAL interlaced video output.
Fee negotiable, more contract work available on successful
completion. Contact Ken at 76657.717@compuserve.com or phone
(805) 687-2327.
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