Conexant Generic SoftK56 Data Fax Driver Download

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Generic SoftK56 Data Fax Driver



Supported Operating Systems

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

File Name

Versions (2001-12-06) via .inf

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Nadeem (DG Member) on 11-Aug-2002

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
RKSAMPLE.SYS 62.4 KB 3 Dec 2001
TonesNT.sys 59.7 KB 3 Dec 2001
GENHSFm.inf 28.6 KB 31 Jan 2002
FaxNT.sys 212.5 KB 3 Dec 2001
disk1 27 bytes 11 Oct 1998
GENHSF2.inf 9.7 KB 13 Dec 2001
K56NT.SYS 428.4 KB 3 Dec 2001
Fallback.sys 303.2 KB 3 Dec 2001
GENHSF.cty 133.6 KB 11 Dec 2001
AmosNT.sys 171.8 KB 3 Dec 2001
SpkpNT.sys 80.1 KB 3 Dec 2001 27 bytes 28 Jun 2000
FSKsNT.sys 124.7 KB 3 Dec 2001
MdmXSdk.dll 57.3 KB 10 Aug 2001
HSF_CNXT.sys 591.4 KB 3 Dec 2001
csacpl.cpl 316.4 KB 23 Aug 2001
Soar.sys 62.2 KB 3 Dec 2001
MDMXSDK.sys 17.7 KB 17 Sep 2001
V124NT.SYS 542.0 KB 3 Dec 2001
BASIC2.SYS 83.9 KB 3 Dec 2001
WinME_readme.txt 3.0 KB 13 Dec 2001
HXFSetup.exe 262.1 KB 30 Oct 2001 27 bytes 28 Jun 2000

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