Encore ENP656-IV-CICM Download Drivers

Available 4 files for ENP656-IV-CICM
Company
Encore
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Encore ENP656-IV-CICM
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
11Kb
File Name
enp656-iv-cicm_driver_2000.zip
Info
Installing the Fax Modem Card
You will be installing the modem in the Type II or III PCMCIA slot in your computer. If
you are having trouble locating this slot, refer to your computer’s user manual or consult
the manufacturer of your computer.
Gently slide the PC card into the PCMCIA slot. Make sure the card is firmly seated in the
socket and you are ready to setup and install your communication software.
Setup for DOS/Windows 3.x
Before you can use your new modem, your computer must have the proper modem
software drivers installed to access the modem. Your computer should have the Card and
Socket Services drivers pre-installed. The Card and Socket Services deriver software
allows your computer to access the PCMCIA sockets. If these are not already in your
system, or if you do no know if they are installed, check you system manual or consult
the manufacturer of your computer. The most popular and common Socket and Card
Services are Systemsoft Card Wizard, Phoenix’s PCM and AMI Card Manager Pro 3.0.
If Card and Socket Services drivers are already installed in your computer, you should be
able to simply plug in your fax modem card and begin installed and using the software.
Please be sure the COM part for modem cards which is assigned by the Card and Socket
Services is the same as the setting of your communication software in you computer.
Setup for Windows 95
Windows 95 comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and running:
1. Start the Computer
2. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer, making sure
the card is securely inserted into the socket
3. Windows will display the “New Hardware Found” dialog box. Select the
“Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer” and click “OK.”
If you do not see the above selection, simply click “Next” to continue. (For
Windows 95 Release 2.0 user: Insert the driver diskette into drive A: and click
“Finish” to complete the installation process).
4. Make sure the directory is A:\ in the drive windows. Click “OK” to continue.
The modem is now ready for use.
Setup for Windows 98
Windows 98 comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and running:
1. Start the computer
2. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer, making sure
the card is securely inserted into the socket.
3. Windows will display the “New Hardware Found” dialog box. Select the
“Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer” and click “OK.”
If you do not seethe above selection simply click “Next” to continue.
4. Make sure the directory is A:\ in the drive window. Click “OK” to continue.
The modem is now ready for use.
Setup for Windows NT 4.0
Windows NT comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and run:
1. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer.
2. Start the computer
3. Double click on “Control Panel/Modems,” select the “Don’t detect my
modem: I will select if from a list” option and press the “Next” button.
4. Click on the “Have Disk” button from “Install New Modem” window and
press the “Next” button.
5. Windows then asks you to specify where the driver for the modem is located.
Insert the fax modem drivers diskette into your floppy drive, select Drive
“A:\” and click “OK.”
6. Select the product name of fax modem from “Models” list box and press the
“Next” button
7. Select the available COM port from the list box and press the “Next” button.
8. You will see “Your modem has been set up successfully” window appear.
That means the modem is now ready to use
Installing the Fax/Modem Software
The communications software which is included with this product comes with its own
user’s instructions located in the readme file. This software will enable you to use your
modem in both data and fax modes.
Using Third Party Modem Communication Software
The PC Card fax modem is designed to work with the software included with the modem.
In addition, the modem will operate with most other third-party DOS and Windows data
fax software applications. Please note the following when configuring your fax modem
with third-party software
Many data communication programs require that you select a modem during installation.
If you do not see a listing for this Fax Modem, you should select “Generic Fax Modem”
or “Standard Fax modem” as your modem type.
If you are installing a fax program, it may ask you what Class of fax modem you have.
You should respond by selecting “Class 1” or “Class 2” (optional, please refer to your
User’s Manual)
Company
Encore
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Encore ENP656-IV-CICM
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98-98Se
Size Driver
12Kb
File Name
enp656-iv-cicm_driver_98se.zip
Info
Installing the Fax Modem Card
You will be installing the modem in the Type II or III PCMCIA slot in your computer. If
you are having trouble locating this slot, refer to your computer’s user manual or consult
the manufacturer of your computer.
Gently slide the PC card into the PCMCIA slot. Make sure the card is firmly seated in the
socket and you are ready to setup and install your communication software.
Setup for DOS/Windows 3.x
Before you can use your new modem, your computer must have the proper modem
software drivers installed to access the modem. Your computer should have the Card and
Socket Services drivers pre-installed. The Card and Socket Services deriver software
allows your computer to access the PCMCIA sockets. If these are not already in your
system, or if you do no know if they are installed, check you system manual or consult
the manufacturer of your computer. The most popular and common Socket and Card
Services are Systemsoft Card Wizard, Phoenix’s PCM and AMI Card Manager Pro 3.0.
If Card and Socket Services drivers are already installed in your computer, you should be
able to simply plug in your fax modem card and begin installed and using the software.
Please be sure the COM part for modem cards which is assigned by the Card and Socket
Services is the same as the setting of your communication software in you computer.
Setup for Windows 95
Windows 95 comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and running:
1. Start the Computer
2. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer, making sure
the card is securely inserted into the socket
3. Windows will display the “New Hardware Found” dialog box. Select the
“Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer” and click “OK.”
If you do not see the above selection, simply click “Next” to continue. (For
Windows 95 Release 2.0 user: Insert the driver diskette into drive A: and click
“Finish” to complete the installation process).
4. Make sure the directory is A:\ in the drive windows. Click “OK” to continue.
The modem is now ready for use.
Setup for Windows 98
Windows 98 comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and running:
1. Start the computer
2. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer, making sure
the card is securely inserted into the socket.
3. Windows will display the “New Hardware Found” dialog box. Select the
“Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer” and click “OK.”
If you do not seethe above selection simply click “Next” to continue.
4. Make sure the directory is A:\ in the drive window. Click “OK” to continue.
The modem is now ready for use.
Setup for Windows NT 4.0
Windows NT comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and run:
1. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer.
2. Start the computer
3. Double click on “Control Panel/Modems,” select the “Don’t detect my
modem: I will select if from a list” option and press the “Next” button.
4. Click on the “Have Disk” button from “Install New Modem” window and
press the “Next” button.
5. Windows then asks you to specify where the driver for the modem is located.
Insert the fax modem drivers diskette into your floppy drive, select Drive
“A:\” and click “OK.”
6. Select the product name of fax modem from “Models” list box and press the
“Next” button
7. Select the available COM port from the list box and press the “Next” button.
8. You will see “Your modem has been set up successfully” window appear.
That means the modem is now ready to use
Installing the Fax/Modem Software
The communications software which is included with this product comes with its own
user’s instructions located in the readme file. This software will enable you to use your
modem in both data and fax modes.
Using Third Party Modem Communication Software
The PC Card fax modem is designed to work with the software included with the modem.
In addition, the modem will operate with most other third-party DOS and Windows data
fax software applications. Please note the following when configuring your fax modem
with third-party software
Many data communication programs require that you select a modem during installation.
If you do not see a listing for this Fax Modem, you should select “Generic Fax Modem”
or “Standard Fax modem” as your modem type.
If you are installing a fax program, it may ask you what Class of fax modem you have.
You should respond by selecting “Class 1” or “Class 2” (optional, please refer to your
User’s Manual)
Company
Encore
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Encore ENP656-IV-CICM
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Size Driver
12Kb
File Name
enp656-iv-cicm_driver_me.zip
Info
Installing the Fax Modem Card
You will be installing the modem in the Type II or III PCMCIA slot in your computer. If
you are having trouble locating this slot, refer to your computer’s user manual or consult
the manufacturer of your computer.
Gently slide the PC card into the PCMCIA slot. Make sure the card is firmly seated in the
socket and you are ready to setup and install your communication software.
Setup for DOS/Windows 3.x
Before you can use your new modem, your computer must have the proper modem
software drivers installed to access the modem. Your computer should have the Card and
Socket Services drivers pre-installed. The Card and Socket Services deriver software
allows your computer to access the PCMCIA sockets. If these are not already in your
system, or if you do no know if they are installed, check you system manual or consult
the manufacturer of your computer. The most popular and common Socket and Card
Services are Systemsoft Card Wizard, Phoenix’s PCM and AMI Card Manager Pro 3.0.
If Card and Socket Services drivers are already installed in your computer, you should be
able to simply plug in your fax modem card and begin installed and using the software.
Please be sure the COM part for modem cards which is assigned by the Card and Socket
Services is the same as the setting of your communication software in you computer.
Setup for Windows 95
Windows 95 comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and running:
1. Start the Computer
2. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer, making sure
the card is securely inserted into the socket
3. Windows will display the “New Hardware Found” dialog box. Select the
“Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer” and click “OK.”
If you do not see the above selection, simply click “Next” to continue. (For
Windows 95 Release 2.0 user: Insert the driver diskette into drive A: and click
“Finish” to complete the installation process).
4. Make sure the directory is A:\ in the drive windows. Click “OK” to continue.
The modem is now ready for use.
Setup for Windows 98
Windows 98 comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and running:
1. Start the computer
2. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer, making sure
the card is securely inserted into the socket.
3. Windows will display the “New Hardware Found” dialog box. Select the
“Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer” and click “OK.”
If you do not seethe above selection simply click “Next” to continue.
4. Make sure the directory is A:\ in the drive window. Click “OK” to continue.
The modem is now ready for use.
Setup for Windows NT 4.0
Windows NT comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and run:
1. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer.
2. Start the computer
3. Double click on “Control Panel/Modems,” select the “Don’t detect my
modem: I will select if from a list” option and press the “Next” button.
4. Click on the “Have Disk” button from “Install New Modem” window and
press the “Next” button.
5. Windows then asks you to specify where the driver for the modem is located.
Insert the fax modem drivers diskette into your floppy drive, select Drive
“A:\” and click “OK.”
6. Select the product name of fax modem from “Models” list box and press the
“Next” button
7. Select the available COM port from the list box and press the “Next” button.
8. You will see “Your modem has been set up successfully” window appear.
That means the modem is now ready to use
Installing the Fax/Modem Software
The communications software which is included with this product comes with its own
user’s instructions located in the readme file. This software will enable you to use your
modem in both data and fax modes.
Using Third Party Modem Communication Software
The PC Card fax modem is designed to work with the software included with the modem.
In addition, the modem will operate with most other third-party DOS and Windows data
fax software applications. Please note the following when configuring your fax modem
with third-party software
Many data communication programs require that you select a modem during installation.
If you do not see a listing for this Fax Modem, you should select “Generic Fax Modem”
or “Standard Fax modem” as your modem type.
If you are installing a fax program, it may ask you what Class of fax modem you have.
You should respond by selecting “Class 1” or “Class 2” (optional, please refer to your
User’s Manual)
Company
Encore
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Encore ENP656-IV-CICM
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Driver
11Kb
File Name
enp656-iv-cicm_driver_xp.zip
Info
Installing the Fax Modem Card
You will be installing the modem in the Type II or III PCMCIA slot in your computer. If
you are having trouble locating this slot, refer to your computer’s user manual or consult
the manufacturer of your computer.
Gently slide the PC card into the PCMCIA slot. Make sure the card is firmly seated in the
socket and you are ready to setup and install your communication software.
Setup for DOS/Windows 3.x
Before you can use your new modem, your computer must have the proper modem
software drivers installed to access the modem. Your computer should have the Card and
Socket Services drivers pre-installed. The Card and Socket Services deriver software
allows your computer to access the PCMCIA sockets. If these are not already in your
system, or if you do no know if they are installed, check you system manual or consult
the manufacturer of your computer. The most popular and common Socket and Card
Services are Systemsoft Card Wizard, Phoenix’s PCM and AMI Card Manager Pro 3.0.
If Card and Socket Services drivers are already installed in your computer, you should be
able to simply plug in your fax modem card and begin installed and using the software.
Please be sure the COM part for modem cards which is assigned by the Card and Socket
Services is the same as the setting of your communication software in you computer.
Setup for Windows 95
Windows 95 comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and running:
1. Start the Computer
2. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer, making sure
the card is securely inserted into the socket
3. Windows will display the “New Hardware Found” dialog box. Select the
“Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer” and click “OK.”
If you do not see the above selection, simply click “Next” to continue. (For
Windows 95 Release 2.0 user: Insert the driver diskette into drive A: and click
“Finish” to complete the installation process).
4. Make sure the directory is A:\ in the drive windows. Click “OK” to continue.
The modem is now ready for use.
Setup for Windows 98
Windows 98 comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and running:
1. Start the computer
2. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer, making sure
the card is securely inserted into the socket.
3. Windows will display the “New Hardware Found” dialog box. Select the
“Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer” and click “OK.”
If you do not seethe above selection simply click “Next” to continue.
4. Make sure the directory is A:\ in the drive window. Click “OK” to continue.
The modem is now ready for use.
Setup for Windows NT 4.0
Windows NT comes with most of the drivers necessary to access your fax modem. Just
follow these steps to get up and run:
1. Insert the fax modem card into a PC Card slot in your computer.
2. Start the computer
3. Double click on “Control Panel/Modems,” select the “Don’t detect my
modem: I will select if from a list” option and press the “Next” button.
4. Click on the “Have Disk” button from “Install New Modem” window and
press the “Next” button.
5. Windows then asks you to specify where the driver for the modem is located.
Insert the fax modem drivers diskette into your floppy drive, select Drive
“A:\” and click “OK.”
6. Select the product name of fax modem from “Models” list box and press the
“Next” button
7. Select the available COM port from the list box and press the “Next” button.
8. You will see “Your modem has been set up successfully” window appear.
That means the modem is now ready to use
Installing the Fax/Modem Software
The communications software which is included with this product comes with its own
user’s instructions located in the readme file. This software will enable you to use your
modem in both data and fax modes.
Using Third Party Modem Communication Software
The PC Card fax modem is designed to work with the software included with the modem.
In addition, the modem will operate with most other third-party DOS and Windows data
fax software applications. Please note the following when configuring your fax modem
with third-party software
Many data communication programs require that you select a modem during installation.
If you do not see a listing for this Fax Modem, you should select “Generic Fax Modem”
or “Standard Fax modem” as your modem type.
If you are installing a fax program, it may ask you what Class of fax modem you have.
You should respond by selecting “Class 1” or “Class 2” (optional, please refer to your
User’s Manual)
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