Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: Digi International
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 20.91
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 7.19.8 / N/A
DataFire Pico is a passive PCMCIA ISDN adapter that has extremely high net throughput rate. It is easy to install and it can link one' notebook or laptop to the network with ISDN speed and offers for telephone, file transfer, fax G3 functionality for the answering machine. DataFire Pico supports mechanisms of advanced power management for notebook computers and laptops. It is available with CAPI, version 2.0 that supports 32- and 16- bit applications and the interface for Kernel Mode drivers for utilization with Windows 95.98 Dial-Up Network or Windows NT/2000 Remote Access service (RAS) via ISDN. Its fax functionality supports fax reception and transmission with 14.4 kbits/s on both B-channels simultaneously. One can use Digi's COM port driver to easily take advantage of the access software that is supplied by ISPs such as CompuServe, AOL or T-Online.
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
DataFire Pico has a universal communication suite. One can turn any laptop with a sound card into an ISDN smart phone (fully-fledged) as well as answering machine using Digi's PC based telephony and answering system. Digi's fax software module can handle reception and transmission of analog G3 fax messages up to 14.4k kbit/s. For high speed transfer of documents or graphics, Euro File Transfer EFT client and server application are offered. Its universal Remote Access Client Access usually support most of the WAN media-ISDN, GSM and modem under interface that is easy to use. Users of DataFire Pico should at all time use the latest version of the device driver as it assists them to use the functions of the device better and easily. Old versions may cause conflicts of driver devices and other errors. One should update the drivers at least once per every month. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DataFire Pico errors before installing any driver updates.