Atlas Peripherals 336efxvC Voice Modem Wave Device Driver Download

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Supported Models

56kifxC Internal Modem Driver

336efxspC Voice Modem Wave Device Driver

336efxvC Voice Modem Wave Device Driver

336ifxC Internal Modem Driver

336ifxspC Voice Modem Wave Device Driver

336ifxvC Voice Modem Wave Device Driver

56kefxC External Modem Driver

56kefxspC External Speakerphone Modem Driver


Atlas Peripherals


Supported Operating Systems

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

File Name

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Uploader Notes

Original x2 flash files that came with my modem. Also includes original drivers.

Uploaded By

Paul Siebenshuh (DG Member) on 16-Dec-1999

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
NCI1020A.BIN 319.9 KB 5 Dec 1997
MDMNCIWV.INF 4.0 KB 13 Nov 1997
NCI1000G.BIN 241.3 KB 20 Oct 1997
readme.txt 8.1 KB 23 Dec 1997
MDMNCI56.INF 13.8 KB 23 Dec 1997
DUMMY.FIL 9 bytes 23 Dec 1997
LOADER.EXE 306.2 KB 5 Dec 1997
ISA_REG.TBL 1.8 KB 15 Dec 1995
mdmnci3d.inf 7.6 KB 10 Dec 1997

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