Diamond SoNic Impact S100 Download Drivers

Available 3 files for SoNic Impact S100
Company
Diamond
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Diamond SoNic Impact S100
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
35Kb
File Name
95-98-1.0.zip
Info
MX400 Uninstall Routine
=======================

Extract the files to any directory. The default (your desktop) should
be fine. If you want to place them into a different directory, you may extract the files
into any other directory on your hard drive. As long as both files are placed in the
directory, the uninstall should work once you run RemoveMX400.exe.
Company
Diamond
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Diamond SoNic Impact S100
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Version Driver
4.07.00.7057
Size Driver
4.6Mb
File Name
95-98-4.07.00.7057.zip
Info
Overview
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This web image contains just the drivers for the Sonic Impact S100 sound card. It
does not include any of the extra software that came with the S100. If a newer
version of any of the other installed software becomes available, it will be
posted on the our website or the software vender's website with instructions
on upgrading.

Software Installation Instructions
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If you HAVE NOT yet installed your Sonic Impact S100 drivers,
follow these instructions:

1. Be sure you hardware is properly installed before proceeding.

2. Follow the installation instructions located in the online manual.
When prompted for the installation files, click cancel. When the OS
has finished booting, continue with the next section.

Software Upgrade Instructions
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If the Sonic Impact S100 hardware is installed in the computer,
follow these instructions:

1. Run the S100_9x_7057.exe program that you have downloaded.

2. Follow the on-screen instructions to upgrade your Sonic Impact S100 drivers.

Operating System Support
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The following operating systems are supported with this release of the
Sonic Impact S100 software:

* Windows 95: 4.00.950a (Retail)
4.00.950b (OSR2)
4.00.950c (OSR2.5)
* Windows 98 4.10.1998 (Retail)
4.10.2222 (Second Edition)
Company
Diamond
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Diamond SoNic Impact S100
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
nt4.zip
Info
SupraExpress 56i Pro V CC Series Windows NT driver files
=============================================

Applicable files
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supraexpress56-2760_winnt_015.exe
supraexpress56-2760_winnt_015.txt (this file)

Release Notes
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These are the most recent Windows NT drivers for the SupraExpress 56i
Pro V CC modem, SUP2760. These drivers will not work with other
modems or operating systems.

Installation Instructions
-----------------
You should print this document for easy reference.

1. Download the file onto your hard disk or floppy disk. In your browser, click on the
appropriate file name. Your browser should prompt as to where you would like
save the file. You should note the location (i.e. c:\windows\temp, a:\, etc).

2. When the download is complete, you should disconnect from the internet and close all open
programs.

3. You should then need to extract the files from the downloaded file. Click Start\Run\Browse.
Locate the appropriate file. It should be in the noted location from step 1 above.
Click OK and then OK again. Click OK to the initial extractor window.

4. A Self-Extractor window should appear. "C:\TEMP" should appear in the Unzip To
Folder window. This is the default location. If you want to change this, enter the appropriate
location. For most purposes it should not be necessary to change this. Uncheck the box to Run Setup.
Click on the Unzip button.

5. After the files have been extracted click OK to the "success" window and then Close to exit
the extractor program. At this point the files have been extracted and you should be able to install the modem.

WARNING: Do NOT attempt to manually add this modem. This is a software-controlled modem and requires that you run the appropriate setup file in order to install. Attempting to manually add the modem may result in the need to reinstall the operating system.

NOTE: You must ensure that you are logged in as Adminstrator only. It is not sufficient
to be logged in with adminstrative priveledges.

6. Click Start\Run\Browse. Locate the setup.exe file that was extracted (from step 4, the default
is c:\temp). Click OK and then OK again. This should open the Installation Wizard.

7. Click Next to advance from the Welcome window of the Installation Wizard.

8. Confirm that the checked selection is for your modem (you should only have one choice). Click Next.

9. If the Wizard asks for the location of a file, enter the folder into which the extracted files are located (from step 4, the default is c:\temp). You can also Browse to the file location. Click OK.

10. If prompted (in most cases you should not get a prompt), select the country in which you are located. Click OK.

11. The Wizard will display the name of the modem that was installed. Click Finish.

Your modem should now be installed and ready for use.
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