So until more real facts are discovered about the possible chipset differences maybe everyone should stick to Intel advice. The thread relates to current offerings from Intel. As Tiger Jet never made modems just chipsets it “appears” Ambient branded the TJ as there own and wrote the softmodem drivers themselves. Bottom line; If you have not purchased a modem don’t buy a Intel any suffix Don’t use the chipset on AMD processors. No, its a PCI interface chip.
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Reference drivers for this modem chipset are not available for end-users and are for use by OEM developers only. Hi there, Save hours of searching online or wasting money on unnecessary repairs by talking to a 6YA Expert who can help you mocem this issue over the phone in a minute or two.
The drivers for NT4 can be downloaded here: Answer questions, earn points and help others Answer questions.
Re: Urgent Help: On Ambient MD5690 driver for Linux
Slight correction Linker – Ambienr definitely made modems in the past. I’m not going to listen to nor follow any advice given by mister Linker the Stinker.
The thread relates to current offerings from Intel. I have better things to do. It mentions its ‘hardwareID’ number: The mofem to get the drivers were mentioned on the ‘Windows Update. Windows 10, Windows 8. There is more to this then you seem to understand. Are you ambisnt providing ANY solutions to the Intel problems because all of your long lectured talk is making me and other users want to get another modem! Drivers are provided by the MB maker because of this.
Didn’t help much, the Intel modem still acted like crap. Some posts indicaet problems with this modem, current drivers and AMD processors. If anyone has this modem check the marking on the chip, what does it say?
The latest driver can be found from Amigo. XYZ appear to be Linux driver suffixes; http: Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
I think USR does this. Currently there are no version 2.
Gee, I wonder if there are users out there still using NT4. They were crappie modems then and now. Then you’ll have to boot into safe mode to remove the wrong drivers and restart the computer and re-install the correct drivers. Not finding what you are looking for? New Intel modem drivers support ‘modem-on-hold’ feature. Here ambientt EP modem’s ‘hardwareID’ numbers mentioned in that. Like I said before, moddm you install a ‘similar’ driver such as installing EP driver on modem instead of the driver, it will crash your computer and render your Windows system unusable.
Kobian and Amigo modems used the reference design and chipset when Ambient Technologies owned the modem designs.
Re: Urgent Help: On Ambient MD driver for Linux
I have a driver from Intel that does the job, even under Win7. Not the case with Intel like modems. To make it easier for XP users with Intelea or like modems and want to get updated drivers just go to Windows Update.
But I don’t think you will ever really get it. As it appears driver development for the chipset split sometime after Intel took over ownership mdoem you should follow Intels advice and use the driver supplied by the modem maker for the AMBIENT version MD The ambieht address entered is already associated to an account. Sure they’re ‘generic’ drivers but those drivers aren’t for every modem out there.