Unknown a6919363 Driver
Smart Link 56K Voice Modem Driver
3.20.04.384 (2003-03-25) via .inf
My particular modem was a modem riser for an MSI MS-6340 (aka K7TM Pro) motherboard.
Windows ME drivers reported the card as a HAMR56 or SmartRiser56 Voice Modem but Windows XP refused to recognise it.
After a lot of searching around I got this driver at www.smartlink.com - it seemed very similar to one of their products.
Just install the card - WinXP won't recognise it. Then run the file. It will self extract and install. WinXP will then detect the new devices and all the features will be available.
Martin Fox (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|mdmhamrw.inf||54.4 KB||10 Apr 2003|
|Options.scp||914 bytes||5 Feb 2003|
|ntmtlfax.sy_||89.2 KB||5 Feb 2003|
|slnthal.sy_||51.7 KB||16 Feb 2003|
|slrundll.ex_||11.3 KB||17 Jan 2003|
|readme.txt||12.9 KB||10 Apr 2003|
|MDMSLAMR.CAT||34 bytes||8 Jan 2003|
|Setup.exe||352.3 KB||25 Mar 2003|
|slextspk.dl_||97.1 KB||17 Jan 2003|
|setup.cab/smcfg.exe||61.4 KB||17 Jan 2003|
|setup.cab/slcpappl.cpl||401.4 KB||24 Mar 2003|
|setup.cab/sl.lng||130.1 KB||20 Mar 2003|
|setup.cab/amr_cpl.dll||155.6 KB||19 Mar 2003|
|setup.cab/MiniRec.exe||167.9 KB||5 Feb 2003|
|setup.cab/Setup.exe||352.3 KB||25 Mar 2003|
|setup.cab/SLMH.exe||376.8 KB||24 Mar 2003|
|setup.cab/usb_cpl.dll||147.5 KB||19 Mar 2003|
|setup.cab/sllights.dll||466.9 KB||17 Mar 2003|
|setup.cab/RecAgent.sys||11.5 KB||5 Feb 2003|
|setup.cab/winddx.sys||15.0 KB||17 Jan 2003|
|slwdmsup.sy_||20.4 KB||17 Jan 2003|
|mtlstrm.sy_||630.0 KB||17 Mar 2003|
|coinst.dl_||26.7 KB||17 Jan 2003|
|slserv.ex_||24.4 KB||17 Jan 2003|
|slgen.dl_||92.7 KB||19 Mar 2003|
|slntamr.sy_||249.8 KB||17 Mar 2003|
|Setup.scp||43.9 KB||10 Apr 2003|
|mtlmnt5.sy_||106.2 KB||16 Feb 2003|
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