Unimodem Half Duplex Wave Device

Category: Monitor and Video Cards
Manufacturer: Lava Computer Technologies Inc
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 0.02 MB
Operating System: Windows XP, 2000, 2003 server, 95, 98, NT and ME
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.6.23 / Jan 2005

Windows device driver information for Unimodem Half Duplex Wave Device

The Unimodem Half Duplex Wave Device is a video card that fits into any of the available PCI slots on the motherboard. During the hardware installation, the user should first switch off the PC and ensure that the card is well seated on the PC slot. Next, the user should turn on the PC and launch the QNX 6. The reference to Port A appears as Ser[x+ 1] on the machine, while reference to port B appears as Ser [x]. Port A is always enumerated before Port B, which means that Port A will always be displayed before port B on the PCI listing. To check whether the card has been appropriately installed, the user should check system information from the utilities dialog box. The physical address of the card or its IRQ resources is displayed on the PCI listing.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

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The Unimodem Half Duplex Wave Device improves data rates through out recording. Peripherals such as digital cameras or modems can be connected to the PC through the serial port in order to improve connectivity and handle much more data rates. The Lava Dserial PCI has 9-pin ports, which support 16550 UART data transfers. Connectivity through the device is at 115.2 Kbps. The fact that it fits on the PCI slot means that an ISA slot is saved on the machine. The device also supports IRQ sharing of the PCI. Usually, this driver comes with a installation CD that contains the device drivers. The same can also be downloaded from the Lava computer manufacturing official website. Some of the reason that the device may fail to work properly include improper installation, device conflict with other devices installed in the PC or a virus attack. A virus interferes with the computer's file registry thus causing the system to malfunction. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Unimodem Half Duplex Wave Device errors before installing any driver updates.