Conexant SoftK56 Data,Fax,RTAD PCI Modem Driver Download

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Conexant SoftK56 Data,Fax,RTAD PCI Modem Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1

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DriverGuide (DG Staff Member) on 9-Sep-2003

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
wiz_res.dll 173.1 KB 28 Mar 1998
basic2.sys 42.1 KB 24 Mar 1999
csacpl.cpl 798.2 KB 30 Jun 1998
drv_roc.inf 4.6 KB 23 Apr 1999
Fallback.sys 221.1 KB 23 Mar 1999
faxnt.sys 204.5 KB 24 Mar 1999
fsksnt.sys 82.0 KB 23 Mar 1999
isdel.exe 127.0 KB 17 Aug 1998
k56nt.sys 387.1 KB 24 Mar 1999
mdm_roc.inf 38.2 KB 3 May 1999
rksample.sys 30.6 KB 23 Mar 1999
setup.exe 274.4 KB 26 Jan 1999
setupres.dll 206.8 KB 28 Aug 1998
spkpnt.sys 70.0 KB 23 Mar 1999
tonesnt.sys 44.3 KB 23 Mar 1999
v124nt.sys 437.3 KB 23 Mar 1999
winachsf.sys 358.8 KB 23 Mar 1999
amosnt.sys 128.7 KB 23 Mar 1999

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