BCM V.90 56K Modem Driver
Voice Modem Serial Wave Device Driver
Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95
7510894.exe (1.2 MB)
3.2.09 (2000-07-06) via .inf
This is the Win98 modem driver for the HPNA/v.90 combo card 6001761 pre-installed in Gateway Select 1100 computer and others. There is another file posted saying it is for Win98 but that one is for Win2K only. This is not the NIC driver if your modem has the NIC on it. There's a knock-out blank on mine for NIC but it's not there. I suppose there was option for NIC when purchased. This file will extract to C:\CABS\7510894 Go to the folder and run the Setup.Exe file to install the driver in Win98.
Mike Horton (DG Member) on 26-Oct-2004
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|layout.bin||590 bytes||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDM.vxd||924.3 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|_sys1.cab||175.5 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMU.exe||71.2 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMMsg.exe||31.2 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|_Setup.dll||34.8 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|setup.lid||49 bytes||26 Jul 2000|
|readme.txt||3.2 KB||16 Oct 2003|
|BCMDMNUM.vxd||8.0 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|_ISDel.exe||27.6 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMhom.exe||41.5 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMDMI.DLL||20.4 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|Setup.exe||73.7 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMLog.exe||35.3 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|DATA.TAG||106 bytes||26 Jul 2000|
|DevMgr9x.exe||42.5 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|os.dat||450 bytes||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMhom.ini||626 bytes||26 Jul 2000|
|setup.ins||104.2 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|data1.cab||469 bytes||26 Jul 2000|
|SETUP.INI||171 bytes||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMvxd.cat||10.3 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|_inst32i.ex_||296.7 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMwav.cat||5.9 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMWav.inf||4.6 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|_user1.cab||1.9 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|lang.dat||23.5 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|srcd.ini||536 bytes||14 Jun 2001|
|BCMDMVCD.vxd||15.5 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMIFS.dll||22.5 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMDiags.exe||50.2 KB||26 Jul 2000|
|BCMDMvxd.inf||55.9 KB||26 Jul 2000|
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