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3Com U.S. Robotics V.92 Fax Win Int Driver

There is a ton of static when playing audio, so it's basically not usuable. I tried all 5 Lucent settings and only 1 played at the correct speed but with the awful static setting 4.


I might try it in Windows using their included voice software to see if the card is capable of better quality. I would really strongly suggest that someone put a list of recommended modems on the VOCP site in a prominent location.

It would save a lot of trouble I think if people knew exactly what modem they should buy. I'm new to VOCP and have finished it's setup, but I've yet to find a good modem to use for this thing.

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I've tried out 4 voicemodems already and their sound quality isn't good, actually, only one of them worked good enough that I could hear from the receiver. I've searched for a similar thing on the vgetty site but there's no guarantees.

It would be 3Com U.S. Robotics V.92 Fax Win Int good if they had a list of the best modems for VOCP usage, I wouldn't have issues buying the right modem for the software, instead of trying to get the software fit my modem. The sound is unfortunately faster on the last step, which makes my voice sound a little froggy, but it's the best I've been able to get it so far. I'm thinking of getting text-to-speech working so I can just type what I want said and produce.

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Oh, 3Com U.S. Robotics V.92 Fax Win Int what else would be good on their VOCP web site would be a quick explanation of how to produce the sound files, I'm sure the Windows sound recorder may not be the best out there for this type of thing. I did some more research and found it is indeed missing the voice chip that is on some other USR modems.

I am returning it and getting a Zoom which from what I can tell is a real voice modem. While it is true 3Com U.S. Robotics V.92 Fax Win Int many PCs today need a serial port card added to use an external modem, there are still many people who prefer an external modem if they need to use a modem. On the disk was an INF file that was used by the Windows version current when the modem shipped such as Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP to create an entry for the modem.

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Unfortunately, when 64bit Windows 7 was released, Microsoft began requiring new keywords in the INF file. Since the manufacturer no longer supports the modem, they never released updated INF files.

If we try to add the modem using one of the old Windows XP inf files into 64bit Windows 7, we get the message: If the folder contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with Windows for xbased systems. For Winmodems this is a good thing.

But since external serial dialup modems can all work with the Unimodem driver, this is a bad thing for most Windows 7 installations. What is needed is to modify the INF file to make it usable by Windows 7 64bit.

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This way you will have all of the connect strings already entered. The first 2 examples are with Multitech products.

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The first is a Multitech MultiModem Multitech considers this modem model obsolete and does not provide a INF file for Windows 7. But they do provide Windows XP inf files. Next, download the file drivers. Notice there is a readme.


Note that the ZDX. This INF file is very old-school, it was obviously first created back in for Windows 3. Here is the first section to look at: It tells Windows that this is a modem on a serial port.


The next section is this: The next modification is here: Note that I am grabbing the definitions used for my model of modem and sticking them into the section for the 64bit Windows. PnP modems are supposed to use a different ID which will be shown in the next example. That completes the modification. The main difference is that under XP you are presented a manufacturer name, and a list of modem models.

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