3Com Megahertz 3CCM156 56K Global Modem Driver Download

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Supported Models

Megahertz 3CCM156 56K Global Modem Driver

Manufacturers

3Com

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

File Name

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

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
setup.ini 3.9 KB 23 Jan 1998
worldprt.exe 142.4 KB 12 Dec 1997
mcd.dll 8.4 KB 3 Feb 1997
clrcom.exe 3.8 KB 13 Oct 1997
software.exe 47.9 KB 28 Oct 1997
worldprt.ini 53 bytes 2 Dec 1997
modem.ini 7.5 KB 19 Jan 1998
uninstal.vxd 12.9 KB 1 Aug 1997
scripts/readme.txt 2.3 KB 21 Jan 1998
scripts/wfw_ras/x2pccard.ras 1.4 KB 13 Oct 1997
scripts/wfw_ras/install.bat 655 bytes 13 Oct 1997
scripts/laplink/x2pccard.lap 338 bytes 13 Oct 1997
scripts/laplink/install.bat 727 bytes 13 Oct 1997
scripts/shiva/x2pccard.shv 413 bytes 13 Oct 1997
scripts/shiva/install.bat 572 bytes 13 Oct 1997
scripts/nt_ras/x2pccard.ras 1.4 KB 13 Oct 1997
scripts/nt_ras/install.bat 672 bytes 13 Oct 1997
scripts/msmail/x2pccard.scr 9.0 KB 13 Oct 1997
scripts/msmail/install.bat 518 bytes 13 Oct 1997
scripts/msmail/x2pccard.msm 13.1 KB 13 Oct 1997
scripts/lotnotes/install.bat 545 bytes 21 Jan 1998
scripts/lotnotes/x2pccard.mdm 2.2 KB 13 Oct 1997
scripts/ccmail/install.bat 519 bytes 13 Oct 1997
scripts/ccmail/x2pccard.mdm 2.2 KB 13 Oct 1997
ntsetup.inf 444 bytes 15 Jan 1998
megachek.exe 26.9 KB 13 Oct 1997
readme.txt 11.8 KB 29 Jan 1998
mdmx2poi.inf 33.6 KB 15 Jan 1998
enable.ini 2.9 KB 6 Dec 1995
atcmds.txt 12.2 KB 19 Jan 1998
uninstal.ini 289 bytes 23 Jan 1998
DIAGWIN/term1.ht 937 bytes 2 Jul 1997
DIAGWIN/31com1.trm 4.1 KB 5 Aug 1997
DIAGWIN/term4.ht 937 bytes 2 Jul 1997
DIAGWIN/diagwin.exe 203.0 KB 19 Jan 1998
DIAGWIN/term3.ht 1.2 KB 8 Sep 1997
DIAGWIN/term2.ht 937 bytes 2 Jul 1997
DIAGWIN/31com4.trm 4.1 KB 5 Aug 1997
DIAGWIN/31com2.trm 4.1 KB 5 Aug 1997
DIAGWIN/31com3.trm 4.1 KB 5 Aug 1997
DIAGWIN/diagwin.ini 41 bytes 31 Jul 1997
DIAGWIN/diagnose.vxd 12.9 KB 5 Aug 1997
software.ini 98 bytes 23 Jan 1998
enable.exe 69.4 KB 29 Sep 1997
setup.exe 130.3 KB 19 Jan 1998
uninstal.exe 72.7 KB 24 Oct 1997
setup.vxd 12.9 KB 1 Aug 1997
crctree.exe 16.3 KB 13 Oct 1997
worldprt.vxd 12.9 KB 1 Aug 1997
disk.1 53 bytes 12 Dec 1997

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