Installation of Windows drivers can easily be done with DevCon.exe. – ewall Oct 7 '11 at 14:03 Drivers are installed by Plug and Play. Don't help, just plug.
Many Modem problems can be fixed by updating the drivers. After you upgrade to Windows 10, problems can occur because your current driver may work only for the prior version of Windows. There are two ways you can update your Modem drivers.
Option 1: Update drivers manually - Use DriverGuide to find the correct driver for your device and operating system. Next, download and install it by following the step by step instructions. You’ll need average to intermediate level computer skills to use this method.
Option 2 (Recommended): Update drivers automatically - Even computer newbies can update drivers with just a few clicks of a mouse. Use trusted software to identify, download and install the newest driver updates for your PC in one step. Your old drivers can be backed up and restored if you encounter any problems. You’ll need novice to beginner level computer skills to use this method.
To get the latest driver, including Windows 10 drivers, you can choose from our list of most popular Modem downloads or search our driver archive for the driver that fits your specific Modem model and your PC’s operating system.
I am new to windows programming but have programming experience on linux platform.
Anybody can please clarify the following.
I need to install a modem in windows xp through c program or batch script. Modem i have is a serial modem.Whenever i connect the modem that is coming as a serial port.I have to install that modem using windows standard medem driver(Modem.sys).That i have done through control panel item 'phone and modem' . But i want to do that installation using c program or batch script. Can anybody please give some suggestions? Or is that possible to create dial up connection without installation to connect to gprs network ?
Perhaps the MSDN article How To Programmatically Install Modem Drivers which includes rhis call to runDll32.exe can help
Vista equity partners standard operating procedures. The article is very old and references Windows NT version 4.0 but then again I'm not convinced you not a time traveler asking this question from the late 90's
Print2cad 2015 6th generation. Look at this page : http://support2.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;Q304294
I encountered the same problem as you did, and I've succeeded with this solution on win7 64bit system. You should download source files from this page and compile it with WDK (I use WDK7.1) . Attention, the original source is compiled by DDK, and it will failed linking under WDK. So you should add one line to file 'SOURCES':
When build passes, you'll get an executable 'mdminst.exe'. Then you could install any modem you want by CLI:
Ex. to install an standard 33600bps modem on COM1, the command is: