US Robotics U.S. Robotics 56K Win INT Driver Download

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U.S. Robotics 56K Win INT Driver


US Robotics

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95

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This is a 56k driver and should work, YOU WILL HAVE TO MONKEY AROUND WITH THIS! Especially if you have win 95. It is entirely possible that this card was origionally a 33.6k upgraded to 56k. so if it isn't upgraded to 56k, this may not wor

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ReCompute (DG Member) on 23-Jul-2002

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
Readme.txt 94 bytes 6 Mar 1998
Wminstal.dll 125.2 KB 4 Mar 1998
Wmuninst.ex_ 28.1 KB 4 Mar 1998
Install.exe 30.6 KB 4 Mar 1998
Wmconfig.ex_ 45.4 KB 4 Mar 1998
Winmodem.inf 53.9 KB 4 Mar 1998
Winmodem.dr_ 7.9 KB 4 Mar 1998
Setup.inf 4.3 KB 19 Feb 1998
Wmovl.38_ 112.7 KB 4 Mar 1998
Wmldr.vx_ 3.4 KB 4 Mar 1998
Wmexe.ex_ 25.2 KB 4 Mar 1998
Wmdiag.exe 77.2 KB 4 Mar 1998
Ctl3dv2.dll 21.6 KB 25 Feb 1997
Winmodem.vx_ 341.9 KB 4 Mar 1998
Winmodem.38_ 231.7 KB 4 Mar 1998
Wmdll.dl_ 18.8 KB 4 Mar 1998

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