MicroLink 56k fun USB Driver
MicroLink 56k Fun USB Driver
devolo USB Modem Device Driver
devolo Voice Modem Serial Wave Device Driver
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98
treiber_ml_56k_fun_usb.zip (1.3 MB)
184.108.40.206 (2002-08-28) via .inf
220.127.116.11 (2002-08-22) via .inf
V1.07 28/08/2002 Win98-SE-ME & 2000-XP
From the very very kindly guys of Devolo at :
Do check them for updates !
May add some V92 support for V92-Ready ones (Well, capability was shown in Modem Diagnostic for my 56K FUN USB V92-Ready on a Win98SE machine, but I've not been able to test)
herm (DG Member) on 12-Jun-2004
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|LIESMICH.TXT||3.3 KB||5 Sep 2002|
|w2000_xp/winacusb.sys||956.9 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w2000_xp/dvl1047.cty||11.2 KB||28 Aug 2002|
|w2000_xp/dvl1047m.inf||21.5 KB||2 Sep 2002|
|w98wme/hcfreadr.dll||155.6 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/mdmxsdk.dll||57.3 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/uhcfv42.vxd||107.9 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/usbunist.exe||73.7 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/turbovbf.vxd||10.6 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/dvl1047p.inf||4.0 KB||28 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/dvl1047.cty||11.2 KB||28 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/uinstapi.dll||151.6 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/detect.vxd||6.2 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/hcfcsa.dll||160.0 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/uhcfenum.vxd||15.8 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/uhcfkmos.vxd||11.9 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/mdmxsdk.vxd||13.9 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/hcfcsa32.dll||118.8 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/turbovcd.vxd||15.4 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/dvl1047m.inf||21.5 KB||2 Sep 2002|
|w98wme/usbdpal.vxd||5.8 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/uwin98ac.vxd||349.2 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/hcfusb.sys||567.4 KB||20 Aug 2002|
|w98wme/dvl1047w.inf||2.1 KB||22 Aug 2002|
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Select the Driver tab.
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