Trust Computer Trust Communicator 56K PCI Driver Download

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Supported Models

PCI Modem Enumerator Driver

Trust Communicator 56K PCI Driver


Trust Computer

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95

File Name

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Uploaded By

LoU_RideR (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
ROKKMOSD.VX_ 7.2 KB 26 Apr 1999
HCFCSA.DL_ 62.8 KB 26 Apr 1999
HCFPNP.VXD 20.1 KB 26 Apr 1999
INFUNIST.EX_ 31.9 KB 26 Apr 1999
TURBOVBF.VX_ 4.8 KB 26 Apr 1999
ROKV42.VX_ 45.4 KB 26 Apr 1999
TRU1034M.INF 3.9 KB 10 Aug 1999
TURBOVCD.VX_ 9.7 KB 26 Apr 1999
DPAL.VX_ 240.7 KB 26 Apr 1999
HCFREADR.DL_ 84.1 KB 26 Apr 1999
TRU1034.INF 21.9 KB 10 Aug 1999
TRU1034.CTY 27.4 KB 10 Aug 1999
HCFCSA32.DL_ 67.9 KB 26 Apr 1999
WIN95AC.VX_ 166.5 KB 26 Apr 1999
TRU1034W.INF 1.5 KB 10 Aug 1999

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  2. Select the Driver tab.

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