Compaq SpeedPaq 144-P

Category: Network and modem
Manufacturer: Compaq
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 221.0 KB
Operating System: Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT3.51, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / 29 Jan 2001

Windows device driver information for Compaq SpeedPaq 144-P

The Compaq SpeedPaq 144-P falls under the category Network and Modem. The driver for the device is compatible with the following operating systems: Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT3.51, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows 2003. The software package is 221.0 KB in size. It was made available for consumers on January 29, 2001. The device is a PCMCIA modem. PCMCIA stands for Personal Computer Memory Card International Association. PCMIA is an International standards body for PCMIA cards. They define and promote PC Card (was known as PCMIA card) and Express Card standards. These cards can be used for wireless connectivity, modem, and other functions in laptop/notebook PCs that may be lacking them. The Compaq SpeedPaq 144-P is basically a modem, a device used to connect to a computer network through telephone lines.

Outdated Drivers?

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The Compaq SpeedPaq 144-P driver is represented by the file cnum560.exe. The software also supports other driver models including the following: UM560, 14.4 Data Fax Modem, 2400-9600 Data Fax Voice Modem, Compaq SpeedPaq 144-I, See More Compaq SpeedPaq 144 (Enhanced Com Slot), Compaq 144 Data+Fax (Enhanced Com Slot), Compaq PCMCIA 2400-9600, Compaq PCMCIA 144, Compaq International 2400 Data, and Compaq Presario 144 Data+Fax+Voice. Modems such as the Compaq SpeedPaq 144-P are designed to transmit digital information over telephone lines. Telephone lines were basically designed to transmit human voice using analog waves. However, modems can now send digital data through telephone lines by converting them to analog form and back to digital. By converting digital information to analog form, files can be transmitted over using telephone lines. Other computer users can now receive the original file by using a modem to decode the analog signal and convert it back to digital form. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Compaq SpeedPaq 144-P errors before installing any driver updates.