AT&T; Voice Modem Wave Device

Category: Modem
Manufacturer: AT & T
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not stated
Operating System: Windows XP, NT, 2000, 98, 95 and ME
Latest Version / Release Date: Not stated / 2004

Windows device driver information for AT&T; Voice Modem Wave Device

The AT&T; Voice Modem Wave Device driver is designed for use in the corresponding modem. The modem is unique because it has voice recognition capabilities. However, to activate these capabilities, the user needs to install the device driver as well as the appropriate software. The software supports voice functions. In addition, the device can be used to record voices and any other audio functions that pass through the modem. The user can also playback the voice recordings. With the installation of the driver, the user can configure the modem in such a way that the user can use a microphone and headphones while answering calls. For enhanced functions, the modem is capable of functions of an ordinary data modem. As such, one is able to use a regular phone while answering calls by connecting it to the modem through the phone hack available on the modem.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

The AT&T; Voice Modem Wave Device requires the support system in the host machine where it is installed to have sound devices and voice drivers. To find out if the operating system in the host machine supports wave devices, the user should check the device-driver manager. In windows 9x and Windows ME, the device driver manager is found on the system icon in the control panel. It appears on the (+) sign next to the sound and game controllers. The driver is usually provided by the manufacturer on purchase. However, the same can be downloaded from the official manufacturer website. Although the AT&T; Voice Modem Wave Device has Plug& Play capabilities, this is not always the case in Windows XP and 2000. Manual installation of the driver however ensures that the modem is recognized by XP and Win 2000 as a voice modem. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AT&T; Voice Modem Wave Device errors before installing any driver updates.