Ericsson md110 tapi Driver Download

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Ericsson md110 tapi Driver Download
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Supported Models

md110 tapi Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

mdmmp32.tsp (180.2 KB)



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Uploader Notes

This driver can be used in Windows XP as a TAPI driver for the Ericsson MD110 using a CT-adaptor. This is not an official version, but it was sent to me by mail. It seems to work nice. One report I got, was that it sometimes ends up in a deadlock. But XP can be used now.

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Arjen Douma (DG Member) on 26-Sep-2005

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