Category: Network and modems
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not Indicated
Operating System: Windows 2000, 2003, 98, Win home server, server 2008, Vista, XP and
Latest Version / Release Date: Not Indicated / Not Indicated
The V90 USB modem (Com 1) is a networking device that allows user to receive data from an internet service provider at 56K uploading speeds. The modem is attached to a digital telephone line and the modem is able to turn digital signals to analog. The upload speeds of the modem are set at 33.6 Kbps. To avoid any interruptions in data transfer, the user should ensure that his/her phone line is in good quality as poor quality can cause slow downs in data transfer. The modem serves to bridge data transfer between the USB and the traditional com ports. Once the drivers for this device have been installed, the host machine can recognize the modem. The process is supported in multiple windows platform such as Windows 2000, windows 2003, windows 98, Windows home server, server 2008, Vista, XP and windows ME.
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
The V90 USB Modem (COM1) is superior to the V21 version, which supports 300 bps speeds, V22 version, which supports 1200 bps speeds and V23, which supports1200 bps synchronized speeds. Others include the V27, with 4800bps speeds and V29, with 9600 bps speeds. The V90 USB modem(COM1) adheres to the International Telecommunication Union's standards that resolved conflict between the X2, K56flex and 3COMtechnologies, which were competing in the 56Kbps data transfer category. By using the right drivers for this modem, a user is able to connect and disconnect from the internet easily. Signs that the drivers may need updating or re- It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and V90 USB Modem (COM1 errors before installing any driver updates.