Billion BiPAC SM56P Download Drivers

Available 2 files for BiPAC SM56P
Company
Billion
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Billion BiPAC SM56P
Description
Motorola chip software modem
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
1.8Mb
File Name
sm56p_2k_v8424.exe
Company
Billion
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Billion BiPAC SM56P
Description
Motorola chip software modem
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-NT4
Size Driver
2.1Mb
File Name
sm56_pci.zip
Info
Known Bugs and Incompatibilities
3Com Network Interface Card (NIC) Interrupt Sharing Problem
After investigating a periodic (approx. once every 8 seconds) desktop freeze (no mouse response for a second or so) we found that the offending device was actually 3Com's 3C905B-TX NIC. This NIC/driver has an interrupt sharing problem. The problem shows up with any devices that share the interrupt with it, including various modems (AC-Link and PCI) and PCI display adapter cards. Be aware that the same sharing problem may exist with other members of 3Com's 3C905xx family of NIC boards and software.

Telephone Answering Machine Local Message Playback
The SM56 PCI Data/Fax/TAM modem supports telephone answering machine (voice message recording and local/remote message playback), it does not support other voice features such as speakerphone ( Data/Fax/TAM/Speakerphone modem does this). Local message playback through the PC's sound system can be done with the Data/Fax/TAM model. However, some telephony applications may query the modem for speakerphone support, and, on finding that speakerphone is not supported, will not play the message back locally. This is an issue for the telephony application provider. Local TAM message playback should be independent of modem features.

Cannot Upgrade From SM56 ISA to SM56 PCI
If possible, install the SM56 PCI modem in a PC that has not had a previous SM56 modem install.

If you have a previous install of our SM56 ISA modem on your PC you must first un-install that modem completely. A later version of the SM56 PCI modem software will allow ISA to PCI upgrades. A complete SM56 ISA modem un-install can be performed as follows:

1. Delete the Motorola SM56 .inf files from \windows\inf\other. Delete only SM56 INF files -- Motorola IncMISGMODM.INF and SERWAVE.INF.
2. From the Windows 95/98 Device Manager:

Double click Modem, select the SM56 modem and then click Remove.
Optional: If the previously installed SM56 ISA modem was Data/Fax/Voice double click Sound, Video and Game Controllers, select Wave Device for Voice Modem , and click Remove.
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