Diamond Voice 56I

Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Electric
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 498.95 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.2 / 07/20/1999

Windows device driver information for Diamond Voice 56I

The device driver for the Diamond Voice 56I incorporates some script files which are used to test the current status of the supported hardware component as well as prepare it for data transmission. When talking about modem devices, script files actually refers to the set of AT based commands or instructions that are designed to cause the supported device to carry out a specific action. These command sets are industry standards that can be understood by Hayes compatible modem devices. By carrying out these initialization and command strings the underlying operating system platform can readily check on the current status of the attached hardware component as well as the active transmission if any. The device driver is partly responsible for communicating with the modem hardware component on the remote computer system. When a transmission is initiated a handshake must initially be established before any transmission will be carried out. The handshake is the modem's way of signaling that it is ready for operation.

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The Diamond Voice 56I communication device makes use of a corresponding device driver in order to implement a digital to analog data conversion process. This process is needed in order to allow the supported hardware component to make use of conventional telephone lines to connect and interact with remote computer systems and network environments. The device driver also effectively communicates with installed communication programs and Web browsers to make it possible for the computer user to access Internet based contents. Taking this into consideration, the device driver works in conjunction with the prevailing networking and communication protocols of the host computer system. These protocols make sure that data transmission activities receive the necessary system resources to complete its action. The device driver is likewise responsible for activating the voice transmission functionality of the supported hardware component. When active this allows the computer user to use the host machine as a fully functional voice communication center. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Diamond Voice 56I errors before installing any driver updates.