CreditCard Modem Adapter CM33 Driver
cm33iupg.exe (191.8 KB)
International/GlobalACCESS Flash Upgrade
"Models covered CM33 (International and GlobalACCESS)
Does NOT Support U.S./Canada CM33, CM28, CEM-10Bx, CEM2-10Bx, CEM28-10Bx
This self-extracting archive file contains a flash upgrade for the product.
You should also obtain CM33IINS.EXE which contains all installation, utilities and drivers released with the product.
Now indcludes XCOMMON.EXE Ver. 2.03 a Windows based COM Port Monitoring Program."
DriverGuide (DG Staff Member) on 8-May-2000
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