AboCom HP2000 Download Drivers

Available 1 files for HP2000
Company
AboCom
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
AboCom HP2000
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me-NT4-2000-XP
Version Driver
1.02
Size Driver
195Kb
File Name
hp2000_ver1.02.exe
Info
The PCI 1M HomePNA 1.0 Introduction
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The PCI 1M PhoneLine Network Adapter enables the instant connectivity to
multiple PCs over a home's existing telephone lines.
You can share network-enabled printers, transfer files between computers,
play network games, and more- no switches, hubs, or even any additional
cables is needed. The network runs on standard home-grade telephone wires
just like the ones you use everyday.

Features
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* Connects to a network using your existing telephone line -- No additional
hubs or network cables needed
* 1Mbps transfer rate over telephone lines
* HomePNA 1.0, 1.1 compliant
Network Specification
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* Media: Home-grade phone line up to 500 feet
* Nodes Supported: 25 nodes maximum
* Frequency Range: 5.5M to 9.5M Hz
* Topology: Daisy chain

Host Interface
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* Host Interface: 32bit 33Mhz PCI 2.0, 2.1, 2.2 compliant.
* PC98, PC99, and NetPC Compliant

Driver Supported
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* Windows NT 4.0
* Windows 95 all version
* Windows 98 all version
* Windows 2000 ready

Hardware Installation
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Before you begin, make sure you turn off all power to your computer.
1. Remove the chassis cover of your computer.
2. Align the contact edge of the PCI 1M PhoneLine Network Adapter toward
the connector of any free PCI Bus Master expansion slot. Push firmly
and slowly until it is fully seated in the connector.
3. Screw the PCI 1M PhoneLine Network Adapter to the computer chassis with
the provided screws.
4. Replace the computer's chassis cover.
5. Turn on your computer.

Connecting Telephone Cabling
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1. Attach one end of the telephone wire to the PCI 1M PhoneLine Network
Adapter's RJ-11 telephone port.
2. Connect the other end of the wire into a telephone jack in your wall.
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