Creative Labs Phone Blaster Voice

Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.1 MB
Operating System: Windows 98 SE, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.06 / 8/19/96

Windows device driver information for Creative Labs Phone Blaster Voice

This Plug and Play supported communication device is built on the foundation of the sound card product line of its manufacturer. The deployment of this communication hardware component effectively extends its participation in the computer industry. The Creative Labs Phone Blaster Voice is an 8-bit add-on card which provides the functionality of creating a unified messaging center in a Personal Computer platform. The installation of the manufacturer provided device driver allows the computer user to centralize faxing, voicemail, and electronic mailing functionalities. The device driver also activates other integrated feature sets like text to speech and voice recognition capabilities. This feature provides the computer user with a secured remote access to his machine. The process involves the computer user logging into his computer system to retrieve and forward messages to his current location. The device driver in conjunction with the security protocol will handle the authentication and verification process that allows the remote user access to the supported files.

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The manufacturer supplied device driver is also responsible for providing the software interface which allows the computer user to configure settings for the communication hardware. Properties like error control, compression, speed negotiation, and inactivity timer among others. These particular attributes control the behavior of the Creative Labs Phone Blaster Voice during runtime. The inactivity timer measures the amount of time that no data passes through the communication port occupied by the hardware. The compression method applied on the data packets that will be transmitted dictates the size of the packet. The process of compressing the data prior to transmission is done not only to make them smaller but also more secure. The device driver for the Creative Labs Phone Blaster Voice supports this security algorithm allowing for safe transmission of data even on unsecured communication lines. Compression also makes it easier to transmit data packets despite noisy transmission lines. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Creative Labs Phone Blaster Voice errors before installing any driver updates.