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New Hardware Delivery

The New Hardware Delivery kits let you install new hardware support without reinstalling the base operating system. However, you must reboot your system to build a kernel that includes the modules that support your new hardware. The following documentation describes how to install the kits.

New Hardware Delivery kits are available for the following releases. You can copy the latest NHD kit from here.

Note: NHD-4, NHD-5, and NHD-6 are not supported for new installations. Instead, install NHD-7, which includes all of the features that were delivered in the earlier kits.


New Hardware Delivery 7
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Release Notes and Installation Instructions
November 2003
»
Technical Updates for NHD-7
November 2003

New Hardware Delivery 6
»
Release Notes and Installation Instructions
 February 2003

New Hardware Delivery 5
»
Release Notes and Installation Instructions
 July 2002
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Technical Updates for NHD-5
November 2002

New Hardware Delivery 4
»
Release Notes and Installation Instructions
 March 2002

New Hardware Delivery 3
»
Release Notes and Installation Instructions
 April 2000

New Hardware Delivery 2
»
Release Notes and Installation Instructions
 January 2000

New Hardware Delivery 1
»
Release Notes and Installation Instructions
 July 1999

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