NetComm Lucent WDM Modem Enumerator Driver Download

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Supported Models

Internal V90 56k Driver

Controllerless Modem Port Driver

Lucent WDM Modem Enumerator Driver

Lucent Win Modem Driver

Voice Modem Serial Wave Device Driver



Cypress Semiconductor

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1

File Name

N_IN5699.exe (870.8 KB)

Versions (2000-09-08) via .inf

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Uploaded By

Roy Bixby (DG Member) on 7-Mar-2001

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
LTMSG.EXE 105.0 KB 27 Jul 2000
ltmodem.inf 59.4 KB 8 Sep 2000
ltsetup2.dll 63.5 KB 8 Sep 2000
LTW2KG.INF 58.7 KB 8 Sep 2000
LTMWME.INF 46.3 KB 8 Sep 2000
LTWAVE.INF 1.6 KB 9 May 2000
ltmodem.vxd 547.0 KB 8 Sep 2000
LTSETUP.INI 1.7 KB 8 Sep 2000
ltmodem.sys 630.6 KB 8 Sep 2000
ltcom.vxd 4.8 KB 8 Sep 2000
LTEWMEG.INF 9.9 KB 8 Sep 2000
LTSETUP1.DLL 28.2 KB 27 Apr 2000
LTPORTS.INF 643 bytes 4 Dec 1998
setup.exe 69.6 KB 8 Sep 2000
LTREMOVE.EXE 48.1 KB 6 Jun 2000
ltmdmnt.sys 517.6 KB 8 Sep 2000
LTSETUP3.EXE 7.7 KB 9 Sep 1999
ltvcd.vxd 12.2 KB 8 Sep 2000

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