HSP56 / HSP56 PNP / HSP56 MicroModem Driver
PCTel_HSP56_XP.rar (761.9 KB)
Working driver for WinXP(and probably NT).
This driver might work for other OS's such as 2k or 9x, but I havent tried it. Ive used it at least 6 times and its worked every time :)
I pointed this out once but I couldnt find the topic, anyway, I got this here on DriverGuide a long time ago, I just needed it again and decided to upload it, credits go to whoever made it.
silencer (DG Member) on 1-Feb-2004
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