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Supported Models

PCtel HSP Modem Communication Port Driver




HSP MicroModem 56 Driver

PCtel Serial Wave Device Driver


PC Tel


Supported Operating Systems

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

File Name

PCTel.ZIP (929.6 KB)

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Uploader Notes

This is the driver files that came with the PCTel 56K modems I bought. No special tricks to setting it up, just unzip and run your hardware setup wizard and point it in the direction of the unzipped files. The other files are for voice, fax, etc. Hope it works for you.

Uploaded By

Debra Weidman (DG Member) on 22-Nov-1999

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
VMODEMM.VXD 326.7 KB 19 Mar 1999
PTCTRL.CPL 15.0 KB 19 Nov 1998
VPCTCOM.VXD 171.3 KB 19 Nov 1998
VVOICE.VXD 39.2 KB 19 Nov 1998
PTVCD.VXD 11.8 KB 19 Nov 1998
HSPCFG.EXE 97.2 KB 19 Nov 1998
PTSERIAL.VXD 12.4 KB 19 Nov 1998
PTSNOOP.EXE 5.3 KB 19 Nov 1998
PCTWAVE.INF 1.4 KB 19 Nov 1998
PTDLL32.DLL 11.9 KB 19 Nov 1998
PCTPORTS.INF 2.8 KB 19 Nov 1998
VMODEM.VXD 326.7 KB 19 Mar 1999
MDMCHIPV.INF 38.1 KB 19 Nov 1998
PCTPTT.EXE 17.2 KB 19 Nov 1998
PTDLL16.DLL 23.0 KB 19 Nov 1998
PTRTSYC.DLL 7.7 KB 19 Nov 1998
PTHSP.DAT 456 bytes 26 Nov 1998

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