GVC Generic - HCF PCI Modem Driver Download

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GVC Generic - HCF PCI Modem Driver Download
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Supported Models

GVC F1156IV/R9A OR Generic Conexant RH56D-PCI Driver

Generic - HCF PCI Modem Driver



Generic Technology

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 7, Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98SE, Windows 95

File Name

HCFp_Win2k.zip (722.8 KB)

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Uploader Notes

Haven't been able to finfd a working driver for this modem with Windows 7 until now. This loaded as 'Generic HFC PCI Modem' and crashed my system. On reboot, The modem showed as working but it wasn't. I uninstalled the modem drivers and had Windows 7 rescan for device changes. It reloaded the drivers and all works good now.

Uploaded By

Rivrside (DG Member) on 29-Oct-2011

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
HCFp_Win2k/HXFSetup.exe 538.1 KB 29 Oct 2011
HCFp_Win2k/MDMXSDK.sys 11.0 KB 29 Oct 2011
HCFp_Win2k/MdmXSdk.dll 90.1 KB 29 Oct 2011
HCFp_Win2k/UIUSYS.sys 6.8 KB 29 Oct 2011
HCFp_Win2k/WINACHCF.sys 887.4 KB 29 Oct 2011
HCFp_Win2k/genHCF.cty 311.0 KB 29 Oct 2011
HCFp_Win2k/genHCFk.cat 24 bytes 29 Oct 2011
HCFp_Win2k/genHCFk.inf 27.9 KB 29 Oct 2011
HCFp_Win2k/hsfinst.dll 11.6 KB 29 Oct 2011

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