Soft Windows-only V.90/K56flex ISA PnP/PC-Card Chipset
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- A soft (HSP - Host Signal Processing) Windows-only chipset that supports both V.90 and K56flex (K56flex only in early drivers). The Windows modem driver-name may change during upgrades - the modem in Dial-Up Networking Properties (General page) will need changing if so. Drivers seem to be interchangeable between suppliers - use at your own risk.
The driver installed is CPU-dependant & is indicated by the driver suffix:
7.66-9M-01 first Windows 2000 support
- S - Intel Pentium CPUs
- MS - MMX CPU’s (all types)
- NS - Cyrix 6x86 CPUs
7.0 & greater dual V.90/K56flex
3.53.00 & lower K56flex only
Driver Version (how to find)
- Aztech state that only the 388SP chipset is intended to work at 56K
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