Generic SoftK56 Data Fax Driver
Conexant Setup API Driver
Generic56k_Data_Fax.zip (1.1 MB)
SupraSST 56i PRO SP. I have upgraded to Windows XP PRO and my modem is NOT working(no dial tone). I got a CONEXANT incompatable error msg when trying the drivers on this page. I downloaded this Generic56k_Data_Fax HSF driver from ww.conexant.com/support/ Run the ListMdm.exe to see if you modem uses the CONEXANT HSF chipset. Then install HSFp_WinXP.exe
Carl Storer (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|HSFp_WinXP.zip||1.1 MB||22 Jul 2003|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe||1.1 MB||15 Dec 2002|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/GENHSF5.cat||12.5 KB||12 Dec 2002|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/GENHSF5.inf||554.6 KB||5 Dec 2002|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/HSFCI005.dll||27.8 KB||29 Oct 2002|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/HSFHWBS2.sys||166.1 KB||19 Nov 2002|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/HSF_CNXT.sys||585.5 KB||19 Nov 2002|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/HSF_DP.sys||1.1 MB||19 Nov 2002|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/HXFSetup.exe||303.1 KB||3 Dec 2002|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/MDMXSDK.sys||11.0 KB||7 Nov 2002|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/MdmXSdk.dll||69.6 KB||7 Nov 2002|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/WinXPreadme.txt||3.2 KB||15 Dec 2001|
|HSFp_WinXP.zip/HSFp_WinXP.exe/HSF_WinXP/disk1||23 bytes||4 Feb 2002|
|listmodem_app.zip||15.6 KB||22 Jul 2003|
|listmodem_app.zip/ListMdm_v1.6/ListMdm.exe||28.7 KB||2 Jan 2002|
|listmodem_app.zip/ListMdm_v1.6/ListMdm.ini||3.8 KB||23 Aug 2001|
|listmodem_app.zip/ListMdm_v1.6/SETUPSYS.SYS||8.8 KB||9 Jan 2001|
|listmodem_app.zip/ListMdm_v1.6/SetupSys.inf||1.5 KB||9 Jan 2001|
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