Creative Blaster Download Drivers

Available 13 files for Blaster
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
v90 PCI
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
189Kb
File Name
di5797_win2k.zip
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
V92.PCI
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
383Kb
File Name
di5791-2k.exe
Info
Installing the certified Modem Drivers in Windows 2000
1. Double click the setup file named DI5791-2k and follow the instructions.
This will extract the driver files to your Temp folder.
2. Then go to the Device Manager and double click the Creative Modem
Blaster V.92 PCI DI5791 WIN2K under Modems.
3. Click on Driver tab, Update Driver and then click Next.
4. Click the Search for a suitable driver for my device
(recommended) option, and click the Next button.
5. Tick the Specify a location check box, and then click
the Next button.
6. Click the Browse button to locate the driver files
, e.g. in C:\Temp\Creative Modem Blaster PCI 2K, and then
click the OK and the Next button.
7. Click the Finish button.
8. Restart your computer.
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
V.92 Serial
Operating Systems
Windows 2000-XP
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
165Kb
File Name
de5721-2k-xp.zip
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
PnP 28.8-33.6
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Size Driver
1.1Mb
File Name
mbpb336.exe
Info
Modem Blaster Read Me First File
================================

This file contains additional information on the following:
1. The directory structure of the Modem Blaster Setup disk
2. Installation under DOS / Windows 3.1
3. Installation under Windows 95
4. Notes For Use Of This Device In Australia
1. The directory structure of the Modem Blaster Setup disk

This Setup Disk has the following sub-directories:

\DOS contains the Modem Blaster installation software for DOS
and Windows 3.1.

\WIN95 contains the Modem Blaster installation software for
Windows 95.
2. Installation under DOS / Windows 3.1

If you have DOS/Windows 3.1 on your system, you will need to follow
these steps to install the Modem Blaster software.

To install the DOS/Windows 3.1 Modem Blaster software included in
this package, make sure that you are in DOS (the software
installation cannot be run in Windows' DOS-box. It must be run in
DOS. If you are in Windows, exit to DOS before starting the
installation).

At the DOS prompt, type:

A:\>CD DOS and press enter.
A:\DOS>INSTALL

Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
3. Installation under Windows 95

If you have Windows 95 on your system, you will need to follow
these steps to install the Modem Blaster software.

On the taskbar, click the Start button and Choose Run. Type
"A:\WIN95\SETUP" and choose OK. Follow the on-screen instructions
to complete the installation.
4. NOTES FOR USE OF THIS DEVICE IN AUSTRALIA

Any modem connected to the Australian telecommunications network must
have a valid AUSTEL permit.

This modem has been specifically configured to ensure compliance
with AUSTEL standard.
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
28.8 External
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
283Kb
File Name
mb288ext.exe
Info
Modem Blaster Read Me
=====================

This file contains the following sections:

1. Installing Modem Blaster External in Microsoft Windows 95
2. AT Command Reference Help
3. Warning Notice to Australian Users

1. Installing Modem Blaster External in Microsoft Windows 95

After you have connected your Modem Blaster External to your system
and booted the system, Windows 95 may or may not detect the new
modem in your system.

Please follow the instructions below to continue to install your
Modem Blaster External properly.

Case One: Windows 95 detects modem during system startup
========================================================
If Windows 95 detects your Modem Blaster External when you start up
your system, please insert the Modem Blaster installation disk when
prompted and then follow the instructions on the screen.

Windows 95 will then auto-select the correct modem (that is,
"Creative Labs Modem Blaster 28.8-33.6 PnP External") for you. In
this case, you should NOT follow the instructions given in the
User's Guide which asks you to double-click the Modems icon in the
Control Panel to install the modem.

Case Two: Windows 95 does not detect modem during system startup
================================================================
If Windows 95 does not detect your Modem Blaster external when you
start up the system, you have to manually add the modem by:

1. Click the Start button, point to Settings and click Control
Panel.
2. In the Control Panel folder, double-click the Modems icon.
3. In the Modem Properties dialog box, click the Add... button.
4. In the Install New Modem dialog box, select the "Don't Detect
My Modem..." check box and click the Next button.
5. Click the Have Disk button.
6. Insert your Modem Blaster installation disk into the drive.
7. In the Install From Disk dialog box, select the appropriate
drive and click the OK button.
8. Select "Creative Labs Modem Blaster 28.8-33.6 External" from
the list of modems given and click the Next button.
9. Select the communications port to which your modem is attached
and click the Next button.
10. Click the Finish button to complete the modem installation.

NOTE: At this point (or during subsequent system startups), Windows
95 may detect the modem and then install the modem as
"Creative Labs Modem Blaster 28.8-33.6 PnP External".

If this happens, in the Modem Properties dialog box (launched
through the Modems icon in Control Panel), check that the
"Creative Labs Modem Blaster 28.8-33.6 External" modem that
you have manually added earlier has been replaced by
"Creative Labs Modem Blaster 28.8-33.6 PnP External".

If "Creative Labs Modem Blaster 28.8-33.6 External" is still
there, please click the Remove button in the Modems
Properties dialog box to delete it.
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
V92.PCI
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-Me
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
237Kb
File Name
di5791-me.zip
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
v90 PCI
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-Me
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
191Kb
File Name
di5797_winme.zip
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
V.92 Serial
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-Me
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
160Kb
File Name
de5721-me.zip
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
Flash56 V.90 Upgrade
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-Me
Size Driver
603Kb
File Name
mf56v90.exe
Info
It's not just a modem it's...

Modem Blaster Flash56
=====================

The dedicated development team at Digicom Systems has designed this
Flash56 modem with advanced 56K features supporting both V.90 &
K56flex technology and flash memory to make upgrades just a simple
step away. To ensure compatibility with your existing ISP, our
Flash56 modem will continue to operate in K56flex mode. When your ISP
upgrades, you will be able to upgrade this modem by using the simple
V.90 upgrade program included in the installation diskette. Please
see the V.90 upgrade instructions on the back of this card. Please
check with your local ISP before you upgrade to V.90.
K56flex TECHNOLOGY
------------------
K56flex utilizes the digital network to make download speeds of up to
56,000bps possible when connected to a digital K56flex server.
K56flex digital servers are typically found at Internet Service
Providers and Corporate Remote Access Servers. These speeds can not
be achieved when connecting to analog modems. To begin downloading at
speeds of up to 56Kbps first contact your Internet Service Provider
and ask for the phone number at which they support 56Kbps using
K56flex technology. A list can be found on the following web site:
www.k56flex.com
V.90 TECHNOLOGY
---------------
In February 1998 the ITU came to an agreement on a universal 56K modem
standard. That universal 56K modem standard has been officially
designated as V.90. It is expected that all 56K ISP locations will
support this universal standard. Once the V.90 standard is
implemented, 56K download speeds can only be achieved when calling
into an ISP location with V.90 support. These speeds can not be
achieved when connecting to analog modems.

Upgrade to V.90 Becomes Easier!

* It is IMPORTANT to call your local ISP to ensure they support V.90
before upgrading

* Please see the V.90 upgrade instructions on the back of this card

Thank you for choosing a Digicom Systems advanced modem. We are sure
it will bring you many hours of enjoyment as you surf the net.

Note: Due to line conditions and FCC regulations in your area
connection speeds may be lower. Current FCC regulations limit
download speeds to 53Kbps Max.
V.90 Upgrade Instructions
-------------------------

* IMPORTANT!!! Call your local ISP to ensure they support V.90 before
upgrading

* V.90 upgrade requires use of the Modem Blaster installation diskette

* Click the START button on the taskbar

* Select Run and the dialog box will appear

* Insert the installation diskette into your floppy disk drive

* Type A:\V90.bat (or B:\V90.bat) and click OK

* Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation

* Upgrade is now complete
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
Flash 56 External-DE5720
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-Me-2000
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
14Kb
File Name
de5720dzip.zip
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
Flash 56 DE5720
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-Me-2000
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
14Kb
File Name
de5720dzip.zip
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
Flash56 V.90 Upgrade
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Driver
603Kb
File Name
mf56v90.exe
Info
It's not just a modem it's...

Modem Blaster Flash56
=====================

The dedicated development team at Digicom Systems has designed this
Flash56 modem with advanced 56K features supporting both V.90 &
K56flex technology and flash memory to make upgrades just a simple
step away. To ensure compatibility with your existing ISP, our
Flash56 modem will continue to operate in K56flex mode. When your ISP
upgrades, you will be able to upgrade this modem by using the simple
V.90 upgrade program included in the installation diskette. Please
see the V.90 upgrade instructions on the back of this card. Please
check with your local ISP before you upgrade to V.90.
K56flex TECHNOLOGY
------------------
K56flex utilizes the digital network to make download speeds of up to
56,000bps possible when connected to a digital K56flex server.
K56flex digital servers are typically found at Internet Service
Providers and Corporate Remote Access Servers. These speeds can not
be achieved when connecting to analog modems. To begin downloading at
speeds of up to 56Kbps first contact your Internet Service Provider
and ask for the phone number at which they support 56Kbps using
K56flex technology. A list can be found on the following web site:
www.k56flex.com
V.90 TECHNOLOGY
---------------
In February 1998 the ITU came to an agreement on a universal 56K modem
standard. That universal 56K modem standard has been officially
designated as V.90. It is expected that all 56K ISP locations will
support this universal standard. Once the V.90 standard is
implemented, 56K download speeds can only be achieved when calling
into an ISP location with V.90 support. These speeds can not be
achieved when connecting to analog modems.

Upgrade to V.90 Becomes Easier!

* It is IMPORTANT to call your local ISP to ensure they support V.90
before upgrading

* Please see the V.90 upgrade instructions on the back of this card

Thank you for choosing a Digicom Systems advanced modem. We are sure
it will bring you many hours of enjoyment as you surf the net.

Note: Due to line conditions and FCC regulations in your area
connection speeds may be lower. Current FCC regulations limit
download speeds to 53Kbps Max.
V.90 Upgrade Instructions
-------------------------

* IMPORTANT!!! Call your local ISP to ensure they support V.90 before
upgrading

* V.90 upgrade requires use of the Modem Blaster installation diskette

* Click the START button on the taskbar

* Select Run and the dialog box will appear

* Insert the installation diskette into your floppy disk drive

* Type A:\V90.bat (or B:\V90.bat) and click OK

* Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation

* Upgrade is now complete
Company
Creative
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Creative Blaster
Description
V92.PCI
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
383Kb
File Name
di5791-xp.exe
Info
Installing the certified Modem Driver in Windows XP
1. Double click the setup file named DI5791-XP and follow the instructions.
This will extract the driver files to your Temp folder.
2. Open the Device Manager and double click Creative Modem Blaster V.92 PCI DI5791.
Click on the Driver tab and Update Drivers.
3. Click the Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) option
and then click the Next button.
4. Select Don't search. I will choose the driver to install. Then click Next.
5. Select the Creative Modem Blaster V.92 PCI DI5791 and click Have Disk.
6. When the Install from Disk dialogue box appears, click the Browse button to locate
the driver files, e.g. C:\Temp\Creative Modem Blaster PCI XP, and then click the OK button.
7. Then click Next and Finish.
8. Restart your computer.
HelpDrivers Since March 2000