Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: Cardinal Technologies
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 27 KB
Operating System: Windows 95
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 21 Oct 1999

Windows device driver information for Cardinal-MVP288ILC

The Cardinal-MVP288ILC is a communication hardware component that is capable of delivering a maximum data transfer rate of 28.8 kilobits per second. The setting up of this communication device allows the host computer system to connect directly to a conventional telephone line in order to facilitate the transfer of information. To successfully connect to a remote computer system or host a corresponding modem device must also be present on the remote network. The device driver for this particular hardware component supports the execution of communication software applications that are specifically designed for transmitting data across telephone lines. The Cardinal-MVP288ILC makes use of a modulation and demodulation process that successfully converts digital data to its analog counterpart and vice versa. The data to be transmitted is also broken down to smaller pieces also referred to as data packets. The transmission process supported by the device driver tries to ensure that every data packet is correctly and successfully received by the remote computer system.

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Since communication across conventional telephone lines is easily affected by a number of environmental factors the manufacturer attempts to implement a number of error correction technologies. These types of technological advancements are activated by the installation of the corresponding device driver. In newer operating system environments the Cardinal-MVP288ILC may be covered by generic device drivers that function by attempting to recognize the basic chipset of the supported hardware component. These types of generic device drivers may successfully make the communication hardware component operational but not truly functional. This is primarily because some built-in feature sets may not be made available to the computer user unless the manufacturer provided device driver is used. The generic device driver may also limit the operational capability of the supported hardware component if it fails to generate the correct initialization strings required to bring the communication device into a state of readiness. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Cardinal-MVP288ILC errors before installing any driver updates.