PCMCIA LAN+56K MODEM (Combo)

Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: Duxbury
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Unknown
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0
Latest Version / Release Date: Unknown / 09 May 2008

Windows device driver information for PCMCIA LAN+56K MODEM (Combo)

A modem is a short form for modulator demodulator, which can be described as electronic gadget which converts the digital signals of a computer into particular frequencies to move over cable television lines or telephone lines. When the signals reach to their destination, the modem that is receiving them changes (demodulates) the frequencies into digital data. Modems are utilized by the computers to pass information from one to the other and the vice versa. ADSL modem is capable of accommodating telephone conversations as the bandwidth is available on a copper wire (dedicated). PCMCIA LAN+56K MODEM (Combo) features data fax (POTS) and LAN. Its maximum communication protocol is 802.3 10BASE-T Ethernet V.90 while its communication buses are PCMCIA. PCMCIA LAN+56K MODEM (Combo) is compatible with operating systems Windows 95/98 and Windows NT 4.0. Its EEPPROM ID include MF\FE560_DEV0, PCMCIA\PCMCIAS-FAST_ETHERNET+56K_COMBOCARD-D9D5MF\FE560_DEV1, and PCMCIA\PCMCIAS-FAST_ETHERNET+56K_COMBOCARD-4811.

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PCMCIA LAN+56K MODEM (Combo) is an Ethernet PC card with dual speed of 10/560TX and has an integrated V.90/K56flex fax/data modem. It is targeted at the laptop and notebook users that link to different data communication gargets as well as services. Those using PCMCIA LAN+56K MODEM (Combo) are advised to always use the latest version of the devise driver as this will assist them to utilize its functions better and easier. Versions that are old are known to cause conflicts of devices as well as errors in network work. One should therefore attempt to update the PCMCIA LAN+56K MODEM (Combo) drivers at least once per every month or even more often. One should also select the right driver PCMCIA LAN+56K MODEM (Combo) and also make windows back up every time one wants to update the driver. If not sure of the latest version of the driver, one should contact the manufacturer. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and PCMCIA LAN+56K MODEM (Combo) errors before installing any driver updates.