Aztech DSLTurbo 300P Download Drivers

Available 2 files for DSLTurbo 300P
Company
Aztech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Aztech DSLTurbo 300P
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
0.80
Size Driver
2.7Mb
File Name
dsl300pv080w2k.zip
Info
Installation Notes
The graphics and screens illustrations shown in this easy start may differ from
what you see from your system, but the steps still apply.
A Philips Screwdriver is required for the card installation.
The documentation for your computer should come in handy during the card
installation. Have it ready by your side.
It is recommended that any existing modem card be removed before installing your
new modem card.
Safety Precaution
Do not remove your card from its protective bag until you are ready to install it.
Always try to hold your card by its edges. Avoid touching any electronic components
on your card.
Static electricity can cause permanent damage to your card. To prevent such a
damage, you must ground yourself while installing the card:
Use a grounding strap, which is a coiled wire with a clip at one end and an
elastic strap at the other. Wear the strap around your wrist and attach the
clip to any non-painted metal surface of the computer?s chassis. OR
If you do not have a grounding strap, touch any non-painted surface of the
computer?s chassis before you begin installation, and again every minute or
so until the installation is completed.
Company
Aztech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Aztech DSLTurbo 300P
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Version Driver
0.80
Size Driver
2.7Mb
File Name
dsl300pv080win98.zip
Info
Installation Notes
The graphics and screens illustrations shown in this easy start may differ from
what you see from your system, but the steps still apply.
A Philips Screwdriver is required for the card installation.
The documentation for your computer should come in handy during the card
installation. Have it ready by your side.
It is recommended that any existing modem card be removed before installing your
new modem card.
Safety Precaution
Do not remove your card from its protective bag until you are ready to install it.
Always try to hold your card by its edges. Avoid touching any electronic components
on your card.
Static electricity can cause permanent damage to your card. To prevent such a
damage, you must ground yourself while installing the card:
Use a grounding strap, which is a coiled wire with a clip at one end and an
elastic strap at the other. Wear the strap around your wrist and attach the
clip to any non-painted metal surface of the computer?s chassis. OR
If you do not have a grounding strap, touch any non-painted surface of the
computer?s chassis before you begin installation, and again every minute or
so until the installation is completed.
HelpDrivers Since March 2000