Conexant HCF V92 Data Fax USB Modem

Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: Conexant Systems
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 7617Kb
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 98, Windows Home Server, Windows Me, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 952.172.059.000 / 01 Mar 2002

Windows device driver information for Conexant HCF V92 Data Fax USB Modem

The Conexant HCF V92 Data Fax USB Modem supports the Caller ID, V.92, modem on hold, wake on ring and telephone answering. Aside from utilizing it for faxing and Internet dial-up, it is also being recommended as a low cost line interface also known as FXO interface for the telephony applications like the telephone systems or software PBX and the answering machine program. The decision to drop the embedded dial up modem is evocative to the decision of Apple to drop the built-in floppy disk drives. With the progress of the broadband Internet and the general accessibility of a wireless networking, it is more probable that they felt that it was more of utilization for the people to acquire the default wireless instead of the default dial up. It is highly miniaturized which is about the size of a cigarette lighter and with a 4.6 inches long USB cable.

Outdated Drivers?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

As a service to the users, the company presents downloads for several generic modem drivers. The drivers are actually based on the capability of the core chip set and create no allowance for the capabilities and the features of the manufacturer who have designed the system. In addition to that, the Conexant promises no assurance that the generic program downloaded from the website will even function with the modem. It is really important for the user to identify what type of modem they have in their system. The Conexant provides drivers for three types of modems. The first one is the HSF modem which is basically plug in cards utilized in the desktop computers although sometimes, internal notebook modems might utilize this type of modem. Next is the AC-Link modem that is basically an internal notebook modem, though some desktop computers might utilize it on plug in cards or incorporated into the motherboard. The last one is the HCF modem which is basically PCI plug in card that is also available as external USB modem. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Conexant HCF V92 Data Fax USB Modem errors before installing any driver updates.