Echo PowerFax, 14.4, PCMCIA (AT&T; Intelligent Chipset)

Category: PC Card Driver
Manufacturer: Cirus Logic
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 23.2Mb
Operating System: Windows 95A, Windows 95B, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2K3
Latest Version / Release Date: 14.4 / 12 Feb 2007

Windows device driver information for Echo PowerFax, 14.4, PCMCIA (AT&T; Intelligent Chipset)

The Echo PowerFax, 14.4, PCMCIA (AT&T; Intelligent Chipset) is a PC card that is created and manufactured by Cirus Logic. In computing, the PC card or originally was PCMCIA is the form factor of a peripheral interface that is structured and designed for laptop computers. Its standard was developed and defined by a group of global-leading companies . The computer industry in the United States established the personal memory card international association to face up to the JEIDA memory card devices of the Japanese by presenting a competing standard particularly for the memory expansion cards. The two standards combined as JEIDA 4.1 or PCMCIA 2.0 in 1991. It was originally created and enhanced for computer storage expansion, but the presence of an accessible general standard for notebook added modems, network cards and hard disks.

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The Echo PowerFax, 14.4, PCMCIA (AT&T; Intelligent Chipset) makes use of the same 68 pin dual row connecting interface; all of which are 54.0 mm wide and 85.6 mm long. This is actually the same as the size of a credit card. The form factor is also utilized by the common interface form of the conditional access modules for DVB broadcasts. The original standard was intended for both 3.3 volt and 5 volt cards. PCMCIA or Personal Computer Memory Card International Association is the group of globally leading companies that develop and define the standard. The association obtained the rights to the simpler term PC card from IBM to aid in the widespread branding and marketing of the standard, and to account the widening scope of the standard. With the abolishment of legacy ports, the most modern notebooks only provide a single type-II card slot. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Echo PowerFax, 14.4, PCMCIA (AT&T; Intelligent Chipset) errors before installing any driver updates.