Conexant HSF Generic Download Drivers

Available 13 files for HSF Generic
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
AC 97
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
1.3Mb
File Name
hsfac97_win2k.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows 2000 Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Drivers, which accompany this document. Please understand that the Conexant modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
Conexant Systems, Inc. 12/15/2002


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Table of Contents

I. Extract the generic modem driver.

II. Instructions for Windows 2000.
i. Uninstall and install the Conexant modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

III. Testing your modem.

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I. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the Win2K Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. Double click on the self-extracting executable file to extract the files to your local drive (C:\).

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the Conexant modem drivers please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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II. Installation Instructions for Windows 2000.

i. Uninstall and install the Conexant modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

1. Go to the folder where the modem driver is located, C:\HSF_Win2K, and double click on the HXFSetup.exe file.
2. By clicking on the HXFSetup.exe, you will be uninstalling the current modem drivers, if installed, and installing the Conexant soft modem (HSF) generic modem driver downloaded from the Conexant website.
3. The add new hardware wizard will prompt you regarding the digital signature. Click on "Yes" when asked if you would like to continue the installation.
4. Click on Next, then select "Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)" and click Next.
5. To direct windows to the drivers click on "Specify Location" only and go the folder where the drivers are located, C:\HSF_Win2K.
7. Click Next on the next window and allow a few seconds for the installation process. Click "Yes" for any digital signature prompts (same as #3)
8. Click on Finish when ready and generic modem driver is installed.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
PCI
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
1.1Mb
File Name
hsfp_win2k.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows 2000 Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Drivers, which accompany this document. Please understand that the Conexant modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
Conexant Systems, Inc. 04/15/2004


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Table of Contents

I. Extract the generic modem driver.

II. Instructions for Windows 2000.
i. Uninstall and install the Conexant modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

III. Testing your modem.

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I. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the Win2K Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. Double click on the self-extracting executable file to extract the files to your local drive (C:\).

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the Conexant modem drivers please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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II. Installation Instructions for Windows 2000.

i. Uninstall and install the Conexant modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

1. Go to the folder where the modem driver is located, C:\HSF_Win2K, and double click on the HXFSetup.exe file.
2. By clicking on the HXFSetup.exe, you will be uninstalling the current modem drivers, if installed, and installing the Conexant soft modem (HSF) generic modem driver downloaded from the Conexant website.
3. The add new hardware wizard will prompt you regarding the digital signature. Click on "Yes" when asked if you would like to continue the installation.
4. Click on Next, then select "Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)" and click Next.
5. To direct windows to the drivers click on "Specify Location" only and go to the folder where the drivers are located, C:\HSF_Win2K.
6 Open the GENHSF5.INF file and click OK.
7. Click Next on the next window and allow a few seconds for the installation process. Click "Yes" for any digital signature prompts (same as #3)
8. Click on Finish when ready and generic modem driver is installed.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
HDA
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
1.4Mb
File Name
hsfhda_win2k.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows 2000 Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Drivers, which accompany this document. Please understand that the Conexant modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
Conexant Systems, Inc. 04/15/2006


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Table of Contents

I. Identify your modem.

II. Extract the generic modem driver.

III. Instructions for Windows 2000.
i. Uninstall and install the Conexant modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

IV. Testing your modem.

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I. Identify your modem.
Download "Check Chipset for correct modem information" as well as the List Modem Application from the modem support area of www.conexant.com.

Check the chipset identification number. (Skip this step if you already know you are using a Conexant HDA modem.)
i. Print this document or note this section.
ii. Power down your personal computer.
iii. Unplug the power cord to the system.
iv. Open the system by removing the access panel.
v. Remove the modem and read and note the device numbers for the modem.
vi. Replace the modem and the case panel. When finished plug the system in and power up your computer.

Compare the device numbers and the appearance to the information in the correct modem information document.

Use the List Modem Application to confirm that the modem has been identified by your system and is ready for software installation.

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II. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the Win2K Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. Extract the modem driver files contained in the zip file onto your local drive (C:\).

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the Conexant modem drivers please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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III. Installation Instructions for Windows 2000.

i. Uninstall and install the Conexant modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

1. Go to the folder where the modem driver is located, C:\HSFhda_Win2K, and double click on the HXFSetup.exe file.
2. By clicking on the HXFSetup.exe, you will be uninstalling the current modem drivers, if installed, and installing the Conexant soft modem (HSF) generic modem driver downloaded from the Conexant website.
3. The add new hardware wizard will prompt you regarding the digital signature. Click on "Yes" when asked if you would like to continue the installation.
4. If during the installation process, the "Add New Hardware Wizard" pops up which indicates that you need to direct it to the drivers.
5. Click on Next, then select "Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)" and click Next.
6. To direct windows to the drivers click on "Specify Location" only and go the folder where the drivers are located, C:\HSFhda_Win2K.
7. Click Next on the next window and allow a few seconds for the installation process. Click "Yes" for any digital signature prompts (same as #3).
8. Click on "Finish" if directed. The modem may be ready to use, depending on the state of the system when the installation process began. Reboot the system when directed by Windows 2000.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
PCI
Operating Systems
Windows 98Se
Size Driver
1.6Mb
File Name
hsfp_win98se.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows 98 Second Edition HSF Generic Modem driver, which accompany this document. Please understand that the modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
Conexant Systems, Inc. 03/15/2004
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Table of Contents
I. Extract the generic modem driver.

II. Instructions for Windows 98 Second edition.
i. Uninstall and install the generic modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

III. Testing your modem.

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I. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the Win98SE HSF Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. To extract the driver double clicking on the HSF_Win98SE.exe file and pointed the your C:\ drive.

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the generic modem drivers please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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III. Instructions for Windows 98 Second edition.

i. Uninstall and install the generic modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

1. Go to the folder where the modem driver is located, C:\HSF_Win98SE, and double click on the HXFSetup.exe file.
2. By clicking on the HXFSetup.exe, you will be uninstalling the current installed modem driver and installing the HSF generic modem driver that was downloaded from the Conexant website.
3. If during the installation process, the "Add New Hardware Wizard" pops up which indicates that you need to direct it to the drivers.
4. Click on Next, then select "Search for the best driver for your device (Recommended)" and click Next.
5. To direct windows to the drivers select "Specify a location" and go the folder where the drivers are located, C:\HSF_Win98SE.
6. The next window will say "Windows driver file search for the device: Generic PCI Modem Enumerator", click Next and then Finish.
7. Next pop up wimdow, "This wizard searches for new drivers for: Generic SoftK56 PCI Modem", click Next and then repeat step 5 and 6.
8. The next window will say ""Windows driver file search for the device: Generic SoftK56 Data Fax", click Next and then Finish.
9. Allow a few seconds for the installation process and then click on Finish when ready.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
PCI
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Size Driver
1.1Mb
File Name
hsfp_winme.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows ME Generic Modem Driver, which accompany this document. Please understand that the modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
Conexant Systems, Inc. 03/15/2004


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Table of Contents

I. Extract the generic modem driver.

II. Instructions for Windows ME.
i. Uninstall and install the generic modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

III. Testing your modem.

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I. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the WinME HSF Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. To extract the driver double clicking on the HSF_WinME.exe file and pointed the your C:\ drive.

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the generic modem drivers please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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II. Instructions for Windows ME.

i. Uninstall and install the generic modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

1. Go to the folder where the modem driver is located, C:\HSF_WinME, and double click on the HXFSetup.exe file.
2. By clicking on the HXFSetup.exe, you will be uninstalling the current installed modem driver and installing the HSF generic modem driver that was downloaded from the Conexant website.
3. Allow a few seconds for the next step.
4. If during the installation process, the "Add New Hardware Wizard" pops up which indicates that you need to direct it to the drivers.
5. Click on Next, then select "Specify the location of the driver (Advanced)" and click Next.
6. To direct windows to the drivers select "Specify a location" and go the folder where the drivers are located, C:\HSF_WinME, and then click Next.
7. The next window will say "Windows driver file search for the device: PCI Modem Enumerator", click Next and then Finish.
8. Next pop up wimdow, "Windows has found the following new hardware: Modem Device", repeat step 5 and 6.
9. The next window will say ""Windows driver file search for the device: Generic SoftK56 Data Fax", click Next and then Finish.
10. Allow a few seconds for the installation process and then click on Finish when ready.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
AC 97
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Size Driver
1.4Mb
File Name
hsfac97_winme.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows ME Generic AC '97 Modem Driver, which accompany this document. Please understand that the modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic data and fax modem operations and are generally not supported.
Conexant Systems, Inc. 4/22/2002


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Table of Contents

I. Extract the Conexant AC '97 soft modem driver.

II. Instructions for Windows ME install the Conexant AC '97 soft modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

III. Testing your modem.

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I. Extract the Conexant AC '97 soft modem driver.

1. Download the Windows ME HSF Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. Double click on the self-extracting executable file on your local drive (C:\).

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the generic modem drivers please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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II. Instructions for Windows ME install the Conexant AC '97 soft modem drivers with HXFSetup.exe.

1. Go to the folder where the modem driver was extracted and double click on the HXFSetup.exe file.
2. By clicking on the HXFSetup.exe, you will be uninstalling the current installed modem driver, if installed, and installing the Conexant soft modem (HSF) driver downloaded from the Conexant website.
3. Allow a few seconds for the next step, while the operating system works in the background. When the "Add New Hardware Wizard" pops up, direct it to the drivers.
a. Select "Specify the location of the driver (Advanced)" and click "Next".
b. Select "Specify a location" and browse the folder where the drivers are located, C:\CXT AC-Link modem ME, then click "Next".
4. The wizard will prompt with a question to confirm that you would like to install the AC '97 modem. The term "enumerator" is associated with the Conexant modem. Click "Next" to confirm and proceed, then "Finish" to complete the modem installation.

To unistall the modem, use the "Add and Remove Programs" control panel.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
USB1
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Driver
598Kb
File Name
hcfu_winxp.zip
Info
Installing USB HCF Generic Modem on WinXP

*NOTE: PC with 500 MHz or higher processor clock speed and 128 MB of RAM
or higher is recommended.

A. Extract generic modem driver:
1. After downloaded the USB HCF generic driver for Win XP, extract the
driver by double click on the Winxp.exe file.

B. Upgrading your current modem driver:
1. Double click on the HXFsetup.exe file inside "c:\USB HCF Modem". If you
see a pop-up window indicates that the software has not passed Windows
Logo testing, just select Continue Anyway.
2. Then if the "Add new hardware wizard" asks for the location of the driver,
follow the steps below.
3. Select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" and click
Next.
4. Then select "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install." and
click Next.
5. Click on Have Disk.
6. Type "C:\USB HCF Modem" and Click OK.
7. Make sure the device name is called "Generic HCF USB Modem"
and click Next.
8. You will get another pop-up message indicates the software has not
passed Windows Logo testing again, and you should select Continue
Anyway.
9. Click Finish when the installation is completed.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
AC 97
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Driver
1.3Mb
File Name
hsfac97_winxp.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows XP Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Drivers, which accompany this document. Please understand that the Conexant modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
It is important to ensure that this software is installed for modems using an AC '97 modem solution based on a Conexant Systems chipset. The plug and play information included in the setup files will not prevent the installation of this software on non-Conexant based products. If you need to identify your modem, please read the related section below.

Conexant Systems, Inc. 4/15/2003


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Table of Contents

I. Identify your modem.

II. Download and extract the generic modem driver from www.conexant.com.

III. What is new in Windows XP?

IV. Installation Instructions for Windows XP.
i. Upgrading or installing the modem driver. (Recommended)
ii. Upgrading or installing the modem driver using HXFSetup.exe.

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I. Identify your modem.
Download "Check Chipset for correct modem information" as well as the List Modem Application from the modem support area of www.conexant.com.

Check the chipset identification number. (Skip this step if you already know you are using a Conexant AC '97 modem.
i. Print this document or note this section.
ii. Power down your personal computer.
iii. Unplug the power cord to the system.
iv. Open the system by removing the access panel.
v. Remove the modem and read and note the device numbers for the modem.
vi. Replace the modem and the case panel. When finished plug the system in and power up your computer.

Compare the device numbers and the appearance to the information in the correct modem information document.

Use the List Modem Application to confirm that the modem has been identified by your system and is ready for software installation.

****************************************************************************

II. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the Windows XP Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. Double click on the self-extracting executable file to extract the files to your local drive (C:\).

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the generic modem drivers from Coneant, please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
PCI
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Driver
1.1Mb
File Name
hsfp_winxp.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows XP HSF Generic Drivers, which accompany this document. Please understand that the modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
Conexant Systems, Inc. 03/15/2004


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Table of Contents

I. Extract the generic modem driver.

II. What is new in Windows XP?

III. Instructions for Windows XP.
i. Upgrading the modem driver with the generic modem drivers using HXFSetup.exe.

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I. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the WinXP HSF Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. To extract the driver double clicking on the HSF_WinXP.exe file and pointed the your C:\ drive.

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the generic modem drivers please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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II. What is new in Windows XP?

In WinXP, when the system is booted up it automatically detects the modem and install the modem with in-build drivers when you upgrade your Operating System from Win9x, WinME or Win2K.
Allow about 30 seconds for the Windows XP to recognize what type of modem it is installed on the system. Once windows have finished installing the in-build drivers now you can proceed with the upgrade.
If your modem is not supported in Windows XP inbuild driver, then XP will ask for you to point windows to the drivers, which we recommend to Cancel. You need to contact the modem manufacturer for a WinXP suitable driver or you can use the WinXP driver that we provide for the HSF modem.

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III. Instructions for Windows XP.

i. Upgrading the modem driver with the generic modem drivers using HXFSetup.exe.

1. Go to the folder where the modem driver is located, C:\HSF_WinXP, and double click on the HXFSetup.exe file.
2. By clicking on the HXFSetup.exe, you will be uninstalling in-build modem driver and installing the HSF generic modem driver that was downloaded from the Conexant website.
3. The Windows XP operating system will prompt you with a software installation alert. This dialog explains how the software you are attempting to install has not passed Windows Logo testing. To install drivers click on "Continue Anyway" when prompted.
4. If during the installation process, the "Found New Hardware Wizard" pops up which indicates that you need to direct it to the drivers.
5. Select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" and then click Next.
6. Check on "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install." and click Next.
7. To direct windows to the drivers click on "Hard Disk" and go the folder where the drivers are located, C:\HSF_WinXP.
8. Open the GENHSF5.INF file and click OK.
9. Click Next on the next window and allow a few seconds for the installation process.
10. During the installation process Windows will prompt you again to ensure that you know that the software has not been tested for the Windows logo. Click on "Continue Anyway" to install the modem.
11. Click on Finish when ready and the generic modem driver is installed.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
HDA
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Driver
1.4Mb
File Name
hsfhda_winxp.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows XP Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Drivers, which accompany this document. Please understand that the Conexant modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
It is important to ensure that this software is installed for modems using an HDA modem solution based on a Conexant Systems chipset. The plug and play information included in the setup files will not prevent the installation of this software on non-Conexant based products. If you need to identify your modem, please read the related section below.

Conexant Systems, Inc. 4/15/2006


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Table of Contents

I. Identify your modem.

II. Download and extract the generic modem driver from www.conexant.com.

III. What is new in Windows XP?

IV. Installation Instructions for Windows XP.
i. Upgrading or installing the modem driver. (Recommended)
ii. Upgrading or installing the modem driver using HXFSetup.exe.

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I. Identify your modem.
Download "Check Chipset for correct modem information" as well as the List Modem Application from the modem support area of www.conexant.com.

Check the chipset identification number. (Skip this step if you already know you are using a Conexant HDA modem.)
i. Print this document or note this section.
ii. Power down your personal computer.
iii. Unplug the power cord to the system.
iv. Open the system by removing the access panel.
v. Remove the modem and read and note the device numbers for the modem.
vi. Replace the modem and the case panel. When finished plug the system in and power up your computer.

Compare the device numbers and the appearance to the information in the correct modem information document.

Use the List Modem Application to confirm that the modem has been identified by your system and is ready for software installation.

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II. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the Windows XP Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. Extract the modem driver files contained in the zip file onto your local drive (C:\).

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the generic modem drivers from Conexant, please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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III. What is new in Windows XP?

In Windows XP, when the system is booted up it automatically detects the modem and will attempt to install the modem with in-build drivers.
Allow about 30 seconds for the Windows XP to recognize the modem installed on the system. If your installation of Windows XP has a driver that matches the device, the OS will load the software. Once Windows XP has finished installing the in-build drivers now you can proceed with the upgrade.
If a Windows XP in build driver is not available, the add new hardware wizard will start and you will be prompted to install drivers for the device.

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IV. Instructions for Windows XP.

i. Upgrading or installing the modem driver. (Recommended)

1. Disconnect from the Internet when ready to install the Conexant modem drivers. This will prevent the add new hardware wizard from installing drivers from Windows Update.
2. Open the phone and modem control panel, select the modems tab, highlight modem in the list and click on the properties button.
3. Select the driver tab and click on the Update driver... button.
4. If asked, "Can Windows connect to Windows Update to search for software?", select "No, not this time" and click the next button. If not asked, just follow step #5.
5. Select the option to install from a list or specific location and click the next button.
6. Select the option labeled "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install." Click on the next button.
7. Click on the Have Disk button and browse to the folder where the modem driver is located, then select the file named GENHDA5.inf. The modem name will be listed, click next to proceed with the installation.
8. The Windows XP operating system will prompt you with a software installation alert. This dialog explains how the software you are attempting to install has not passed Windows Logo testing. To install drivers click on "Continue Anyway" when prompted. This prompt may occur more then once. Select the option to continue anyway in all cases.
9. Click on "Finish" as directed and close all of the control panels opened for this installation. The modem may be ready to use, depending on the state of the system when the installation process began. Reboot the system when directed by Windows XP.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
PCI
Operating Systems
Windows XP 64 bits
Size Driver
1.6Mb
File Name
hsfp_winxp64.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows XP 64-Bit Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Drivers, which accompany this document. Please understand that the Conexant modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
It is important to ensure that this software is installed for modems using an HSF PCI modem solution based on a Conexant Systems chipset. The plug and play information included in the setup files will not prevent the installation of this software on non-Conexant based products. If you need to identify your modem, please read the related section below.

Conexant Systems, Inc. 4/17/2006


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Table of Contents

I. Identify your modem.

II. Download and extract the generic modem driver from www.conexant.com.

III. Installation Instructions for Windows XP 64-Bit.
i. Upgrading or installing the modem driver. (Recommended)
ii. Upgrading or installing the modem driver using Setup64.exe.

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I. Identify your modem.
Download "Check Chipset for correct modem information" as well as the List Modem Application from the modem support area of www.conexant.com.

Check the chipset identification number. (Skip this step if you already know you are using a Conexant HSF PCI modem.)
i. Print this document or note this section.
ii. Power down your personal computer.
iii. Unplug the power cord to the system.
iv. Open the system by removing the access panel.
v. Remove the modem and read and note the device numbers for the modem.
vi. Replace the modem and the case panel. When finished plug the system in and power up your computer.

Compare the device numbers and the appearance to the information in the correct modem information document.

Use the List Modem Application to confirm that the modem has been identified by your system and is ready for software installation.

****************************************************************************

II. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the Windows XP 64-Bit Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. Extract the modem driver files contained in the zip file onto your local drive (C:\).

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the generic modem drivers from Conexant, please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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III. Instructions for Windows XP 64-Bit.

i. Upgrading or installing the modem driver. (Recommended)

1. Disconnect from the Internet when ready to install the Conexant modem drivers. This will prevent the add new hardware wizard from installing drivers from Windows Update.
2. Open the phone and modem control panel, select the modems tab, highlight modem in the list and click on the properties button.
3. Select the driver tab and click on the Update driver... button.
4. If asked, "Can Windows connect to Windows Update to search for software?", select "No, not this time" and click the next button. If not asked, just follow step #5.
5. Select the option to install from a list or specific location and click the next button.
6. Select the option labeled "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install." Click on the next button.
7. Click on the Have Disk button and browse to the folder where the modem driver is located, then select the file named GENHSF6.inf. The modem name will be listed, click next to proceed with the installation.
8. The Windows XP 64-Bit operating system will prompt you with a software installation alert. This dialog explains how the software you are attempting to install has not passed Windows Logo testing. To install drivers click on "Continue Anyway" when prompted. This prompt may occur more then once. Select the option to continue anyway in all cases.
9. Click on "Finish" as directed and close all of the control panels opened for this installation. The modem may be ready to use, depending on the state of the system when the installation process began. Reboot the system when directed by Windows XP 64-Bit.

ii. Upgrading the modem driver with the Conexant modem drivers using Setup64.exe.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
AC 97
Operating Systems
Windows XP 64 bits
Size Driver
2.1Mb
File Name
hsfac97_winxp64.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows XP 64-Bit Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Drivers, which accompany this document. Please understand that the Conexant modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
It is important to ensure that this software is installed for modems using an AC '97 modem solution based on a Conexant Systems chipset. The plug and play information included in the setup files will not prevent the installation of this software on non-Conexant based products. If you need to identify your modem, please read the related section below.

Conexant Systems, Inc. 4/17/2006


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Table of Contents

I. Identify your modem.

II. Download and extract the generic modem driver from www.conexant.com.

III. Installation Instructions for Windows XP 64-Bit.
i. Upgrading or installing the modem driver. (Recommended)
ii. Upgrading or installing the modem driver using Setup64.exe.

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I. Identify your modem.
Download "Check Chipset for correct modem information" as well as the List Modem Application from the modem support area of www.conexant.com.

Check the chipset identification number. (Skip this step if you already know you are using a Conexant AC '97 modem.)
i. Print this document or note this section.
ii. Power down your personal computer.
iii. Unplug the power cord to the system.
iv. Open the system by removing the access panel.
v. Remove the modem and read and note the device numbers for the modem.
vi. Replace the modem and the case panel. When finished plug the system in and power up your computer.

Compare the device numbers and the appearance to the information in the correct modem information document.

Use the List Modem Application to confirm that the modem has been identified by your system and is ready for software installation.

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II. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the Windows XP 64-Bit Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. Extract the modem driver files contained in the zip file onto your local drive (C:\).

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the generic modem drivers from Conexant, please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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III. Instructions for Windows XP 64-Bit.

i. Upgrading or installing the modem driver. (Recommended)

1. Disconnect from the Internet when ready to install the Conexant modem drivers. This will prevent the add new hardware wizard from installing drivers from Windows Update.
2. Open the phone and modem control panel, select the modems tab, highlight modem in the list and click on the properties button.
3. Select the driver tab and click on the Update driver... button.
4. If asked, "Can Windows connect to Windows Update to search for software?", select "No, not this time" and click the next button. If not asked, just follow step #5.
5. Select the option to install from a list or specific location and click the next button.
6. Select the option labeled "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install." Click on the next button.
7. Click on the Have Disk button and browse to the folder where the modem driver is located, then select the file named GENACL6.inf. The modem name will be listed, click next to proceed with the installation.
8. The Windows XP 64-Bit operating system will prompt you with a software installation alert. This dialog explains how the software you are attempting to install has not passed Windows Logo testing. To install drivers click on "Continue Anyway" when prompted. This prompt may occur more then once. Select the option to continue anyway in all cases.
9. Click on "Finish" as directed and close all of the control panels opened for this installation. The modem may be ready to use, depending on the state of the system when the installation process began. Reboot the system when directed by Windows XP 64-Bit.
Company
Conexant
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Conexant HSF Generic
Description
HDA
Operating Systems
Windows XP 64 bits
Size Driver
1.6Mb
File Name
hsfhda_winxp64.zip
Info
This document describes the steps required to properly install the Windows XP 64-Bit Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Drivers, which accompany this document. Please understand that the Conexant modem drivers you will be installing are intended for basic modem operations and are generally not supported.
It is important to ensure that this software is installed for modems using an HDA modem solution based on a Conexant Systems chipset. The plug and play information included in the setup files will not prevent the installation of this software on non-Conexant based products. If you need to identify your modem, please read the related section below.

Conexant Systems, Inc. 4/17/2006


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Table of Contents

I. Identify your modem.

II. Download and extract the generic modem driver from www.conexant.com.

III. Installation Instructions for Windows XP 64-Bit.
i. Upgrading or installing the modem driver. (Recommended)
ii. Upgrading or installing the modem driver using Setup64.exe.

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I. Identify your modem.
Download "Check Chipset for correct modem information" as well as the List Modem Application from the modem support area of www.conexant.com.

Check the chipset identification number. (Skip this step if you already know you are using a Conexant HDA modem.)
i. Print this document or note this section.
ii. Power down your personal computer.
iii. Unplug the power cord to the system.
iv. Open the system by removing the access panel.
v. Remove the modem and read and note the device numbers for the modem.
vi. Replace the modem and the case panel. When finished plug the system in and power up your computer.

Compare the device numbers and the appearance to the information in the correct modem information document.

Use the List Modem Application to confirm that the modem has been identified by your system and is ready for software installation.

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II. Extracting the generic modem driver.

1. Download the Windows XP 64-Bit Conexant soft modem (HSF) Generic Driver from the website (www.conexant.com).
2. Extract the modem driver files contained in the zip file onto your local drive (C:\).

**Note: It is recommended that you take note of the exact location of the extracted files, as you will be required to use this information during the installation process.
On how to download the generic modem drivers from Conexant, please read the document "Instructions on How to Download Generic Drivers".

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III. Instructions for Windows XP 64-Bit.

i. Upgrading or installing the modem driver. (Recommended)

1. Disconnect from the Internet when ready to install the Conexant modem drivers. This will prevent the add new hardware wizard from installing drivers from Windows Update.
2. Open the phone and modem control panel, select the modems tab, highlight modem in the list and click on the properties button.
3. Select the driver tab and click on the Update driver... button.
4. If asked, "Can Windows connect to Windows Update to search for software?", select "No, not this time" and click the next button. If not asked, just follow step #5.
5. Select the option to install from a list or specific location and click the next button.
6. Select the option labeled "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install." Click on the next button.
7. Click on the Have Disk button and browse to the folder where the modem driver is located, then select the file named GENHDA6.inf. The modem name will be listed, click next to proceed with the installation.
8. The Windows XP 64-Bit operating system will prompt you with a software installation alert. This dialog explains how the software you are attempting to install has not passed Windows Logo testing. To install drivers click on "Continue Anyway" when prompted. This prompt may occur more then once. Select the option to continue anyway in all cases.
9. Click on "Finish" as directed and close all of the control panels opened for this installation. The modem may be ready to use, depending on the state of the system when the installation process began. Reboot the system when directed by Windows XP 64-Bit.

ii. Upgrading the modem driver with the Conexant modem drivers using Setup64.exe.
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