E-Tech USBISDN Dolphin Download Drivers

Available 9 files for USBISDN Dolphin
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech USBISDN Dolphin
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Utility (loopback test, uninstall)
Version Driver
11 June 2001
Size Driver
1.5Mb
File Name
usb_util.exe
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech USBISDN Dolphin
Description
Voor
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
7 March 2001
Size Driver
238Kb
File Name
usb2k.exe
Info
There are three parts in this text file:
1. How to install the drivers?
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?
3. How to uninstall the drivers?
1. How to isntall the CAPI and miniport drivers in the Windows 2000?

(1) Plug in the USB device, no matter the PC is powered on or off
(2) When Windows detects the ISDN USB TA, specify the INF file in
the driver installation diskette/CD to install the deivce.

Note: You don't have to restart your computer to use CAPI and miniport
services.

If you are using RC1 or RC2, you have to "manually" update the miniport
driver as below:
(3) Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should find an "Unknown device".
(4) Double click the "Unknown device" and switch to "Driver" tab.
(5) Press "Update Driver" and "Next" twice.
(6) Specify "INF" subdirectory in the Windows directory (default is
"WinNT") to complete the driver update.
(7) After that, you should see the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" listed
in Device Manager.
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?

If you want to unplug the device you should follow the steps below:

(1) Disable the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" if it is enabled:
Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should see "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter". Click "Disable" button
to disable it.

(2) Double click the icon "Unplug or Eject Hardware" on the taskbar (in
the right bottom of the Windows screen) and stop ISDN USB TA.

(3) Unplug the device.

If you want to use the USB device again, just plug it in.
If you want to resume the virtual miniport device, you can go to
Device Manager to enable it again.
3. How to uninstall the drivers?

Just run "uninstal.exe" or "Uninstall DRV & UTL" in "ISDN Utility" folder
to completely remove all the related files and registry.
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech USBISDN Dolphin
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
238Kb
File Name
usb2k.exe
Info
There are three parts in this text file:
1. How to install the drivers?
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?
3. How to uninstall the drivers?
1. How to isntall the CAPI and miniport drivers in the Windows 2000?

(1) Plug in the USB device, no matter the PC is powered on or off
(2) When Windows detects the ISDN USB TA, specify the INF file in
the driver installation diskette/CD to install the deivce.

Note: You don't have to restart your computer to use CAPI and miniport
services.

If you are using RC1 or RC2, you have to "manually" update the miniport
driver as below:
(3) Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should find an "Unknown device".
(4) Double click the "Unknown device" and switch to "Driver" tab.
(5) Press "Update Driver" and "Next" twice.
(6) Specify "INF" subdirectory in the Windows directory (default is
"WinNT") to complete the driver update.
(7) After that, you should see the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" listed
in Device Manager.
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?

If you want to unplug the device you should follow the steps below:

(1) Disable the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" if it is enabled:
Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should see "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter". Click "Disable" button
to disable it.

(2) Double click the icon "Unplug or Eject Hardware" on the taskbar (in
the right bottom of the Windows screen) and stop ISDN USB TA.

(3) Unplug the device.

If you want to use the USB device again, just plug it in.
If you want to resume the virtual miniport device, you can go to
Device Manager to enable it again.
3. How to uninstall the drivers?

Just run "uninstal.exe" or "Uninstall DRV & UTL" in "ISDN Utility" folder
to completely remove all the related files and registry.
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech USBISDN Dolphin
Description
Voor
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Version Driver
7 March 2001
Size Driver
1.1Mb
File Name
usbw98.exe
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech USBISDN Dolphin
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98-98Se
Size Driver
1.1Mb
File Name
usbw98.exe
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech USBISDN Dolphin
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Size Driver
586Kb
File Name
usbme.exe
Info
There are three parts in this text file:
1. How to install the drivers?
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?
3. How to uninstall the drivers?
1. How to isntall the CAPI and miniport drivers in the Windows 2000?

(1) Plug in the USB device, no matter the PC is powered on or off
(2) When Windows detects the ISDN USB TA, specify the INF file in
the driver installation diskette/CD to install the deivce.

Note: You don't have to restart your computer to use CAPI and miniport
services.

If you are using RC1 or RC2, you have to "manually" update the miniport
driver as below:
(3) Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should find an "Unknown device".
(4) Double click the "Unknown device" and switch to "Driver" tab.
(5) Press "Update Driver" and "Next" twice.
(6) Specify "INF" subdirectory in the Windows directory (default is
"WinNT") to complete the driver update.
(7) After that, you should see the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" listed
in Device Manager.
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?

If you want to unplug the device you should follow the steps below:

(1) Disable the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" if it is enabled:
Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should see "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter". Click "Disable" button
to disable it.

(2) Double click the icon "Unplug or Eject Hardware" on the taskbar (in
the right bottom of the Windows screen) and stop ISDN USB TA.

(3) Unplug the device.

If you want to use the USB device again, just plug it in.
If you want to resume the virtual miniport device, you can go to
Device Manager to enable it again.
3. How to uninstall the drivers?

Just run "uninstal.exe" or "Uninstall DRV & UTL" in "ISDN Utility" folder
to completely remove all the related files and registry.
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech USBISDN Dolphin
Description
Voor
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Version Driver
7 March 2001
Size Driver
586Kb
File Name
usbme.exe
Info
There are three parts in this text file:
1. How to install the drivers?
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?
3. How to uninstall the drivers?
1. How to isntall the CAPI and miniport drivers in the Windows 2000?

(1) Plug in the USB device, no matter the PC is powered on or off
(2) When Windows detects the ISDN USB TA, specify the INF file in
the driver installation diskette/CD to install the deivce.

Note: You don't have to restart your computer to use CAPI and miniport
services.

If you are using RC1 or RC2, you have to "manually" update the miniport
driver as below:
(3) Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should find an "Unknown device".
(4) Double click the "Unknown device" and switch to "Driver" tab.
(5) Press "Update Driver" and "Next" twice.
(6) Specify "INF" subdirectory in the Windows directory (default is
"WinNT") to complete the driver update.
(7) After that, you should see the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" listed
in Device Manager.
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?

If you want to unplug the device you should follow the steps below:

(1) Disable the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" if it is enabled:
Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should see "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter". Click "Disable" button
to disable it.

(2) Double click the icon "Unplug or Eject Hardware" on the taskbar (in
the right bottom of the Windows screen) and stop ISDN USB TA.

(3) Unplug the device.

If you want to use the USB device again, just plug it in.
If you want to resume the virtual miniport device, you can go to
Device Manager to enable it again.
3. How to uninstall the drivers?

Just run "uninstal.exe" or "Uninstall DRV & UTL" in "ISDN Utility" folder
to completely remove all the related files and registry.
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech USBISDN Dolphin
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Driver
557Kb
File Name
usbxp.exe
Info
There are three parts in this text file:
1. How to install the drivers?
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?
3. How to uninstall the drivers?
1. How to isntall the CAPI and miniport drivers in the Windows 2000?

(1) Plug in the USB device, no matter the PC is powered on or off
(2) When Windows detects the ISDN USB TA, specify the INF file in
the driver installation diskette/CD to install the deivce.

Note: You don't have to restart your computer to use CAPI and miniport
services.

If you are using RC1 or RC2, you have to "manually" update the miniport
driver as below:
(3) Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should find an "Unknown device".
(4) Double click the "Unknown device" and switch to "Driver" tab.
(5) Press "Update Driver" and "Next" twice.
(6) Specify "INF" subdirectory in the Windows directory (default is
"WinNT") to complete the driver update.
(7) After that, you should see the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" listed
in Device Manager.
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?

If you want to unplug the device you should follow the steps below:

(1) Disable the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" if it is enabled:
Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should see "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter". Click "Disable" button
to disable it.

(2) Double click the icon "Unplug or Eject Hardware" on the taskbar (in
the right bottom of the Windows screen) and stop ISDN USB TA.

(3) Unplug the device.

If you want to use the USB device again, just plug it in.
If you want to resume the virtual miniport device, you can go to
Device Manager to enable it again.
3. How to uninstall the drivers?

Just run "uninstal.exe" or "Uninstall DRV & UTL" in "ISDN Utility" folder
to completely remove all the related files and registry.
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech USBISDN Dolphin
Description
Beta
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Version Driver
3.08, 7 June 2001
Size Driver
557Kb
File Name
usbxp.exe
Info
There are three parts in this text file:
1. How to install the drivers?
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?
3. How to uninstall the drivers?
1. How to isntall the CAPI and miniport drivers in the Windows 2000?

(1) Plug in the USB device, no matter the PC is powered on or off
(2) When Windows detects the ISDN USB TA, specify the INF file in
the driver installation diskette/CD to install the deivce.

Note: You don't have to restart your computer to use CAPI and miniport
services.

If you are using RC1 or RC2, you have to "manually" update the miniport
driver as below:
(3) Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should find an "Unknown device".
(4) Double click the "Unknown device" and switch to "Driver" tab.
(5) Press "Update Driver" and "Next" twice.
(6) Specify "INF" subdirectory in the Windows directory (default is
"WinNT") to complete the driver update.
(7) After that, you should see the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" listed
in Device Manager.
2. How to unplug (eject) the USB device and plug it in again?

If you want to unplug the device you should follow the steps below:

(1) Disable the "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter" if it is enabled:
Go to "Device Manager" (throught Control Panel/System Property or
Administrative Tools\Computer Management) and, in "Network adapters",
you should see "NDIS WAN Miniport Adapter". Click "Disable" button
to disable it.

(2) Double click the icon "Unplug or Eject Hardware" on the taskbar (in
the right bottom of the Windows screen) and stop ISDN USB TA.

(3) Unplug the device.

If you want to use the USB device again, just plug it in.
If you want to resume the virtual miniport device, you can go to
Device Manager to enable it again.
3. How to uninstall the drivers?

Just run "uninstal.exe" or "Uninstall DRV & UTL" in "ISDN Utility" folder
to completely remove all the related files and registry.
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