Motorola SM56PCI.zip Driver Download

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Motorola SM56PCI.zip Driver Download
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Supported Models

Manufacturers

Motorola

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

SM56PCI.zip (998.8 KB)

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Uploader Notes

currently installed modem was affected

to be disabled.

Uploaded By

MICHITSUJI (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
SM56PCI/readme.doc 648.2 KB 9 Feb 1999
SM56PCI/sm56dx5.dll 106.5 KB 4 Oct 1999
SM56PCI/sm56dx3.dll 102.4 KB 4 Oct 1999
SM56PCI/sm56nt5.cat 38 bytes 17 Mar 1999
SM56PCI/uninst.exe 47.1 KB 7 Nov 2001
SM56PCI/sm56.reg 128.1 KB 11 Oct 1999
SM56PCI/sm56pci.sys 1.0 MB 5 Nov 1999
SM56PCI/sm56set.exe 39.4 KB 5 Nov 1999
SM56PCI/sm56unst.exe 48.1 KB 24 Sep 1999
SM56PCI/sm56hlpr.exe 409.6 KB 4 Oct 1999

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