;Version 1.73b [INSTALL_OPTIONS] ;SilentEnumeration if uncommented will cause the app to try and detect the modem and ;configure it without any user interaction. The modem detection is done based on the modem ;type or modem name SilentEnumeration=Y ;ModemType describes the modem that is to be configured. The app will detect and configure ;the type of modem as described in the ModemType ; 3 = SoftModem ModemType=3 ;ModemName describes the name of the modem that is to be detected and configured. The app ;will detect and configure a modem that has the same friendly name as ModemName. This field ;should be used to detect and configure a modem that does not have our generic modem ;friendly name ;ModemName=MicroLink 56K Fun II ;Logging=Y will turn on a logging feature. This creates a log file called ltmoh.log in the directory ;from which ltmoh.exe is executed. The log file contains configuration details and activity details. ;The log file will be reset whenever the application is run. The log file is turned off by default. ;It should be used to debug MOH application issues ;Logging=Y ;QuickConnect=Y will turn on the QuickConnect UI in the MARS/SOFT driver ;QuickConnect=Y ;CreateProgramEntry=Y will create an entry for the application on the start menu CreateProgramEntry=Y ;ProgramEntryPath- will allow the creation of a user specified entry under start->programs ;only one level of nesting is supported. This flag will be used only if the ;CreateProgramEntry flag is defined. For example ;ProgramEntryPath=Agere Modem ; will create the MOH program entry under the ;start->programs->Agere Modem ProgramEntryPath=TOSHIBA\Networking ;CheckDisabledFlag=Y Setting for softmodem only. This will cause the MOH application ;to run in silent mode ( will not be seen in the taskbar) if the current modem country ;does not support MOH (determined by the S599 settings for that country ). This option ;requires the version 2.1.22 and above version of the softmodem driver. ;CheckDisabledFlag=Y ;StealthMode=Y This setting is for softmodem only. This will cause the MOH ;application to run in silent mode ( will not be seen on the taskbar) when the ;Modem is not in a connected state. It will be seen in the system tray when ;Modem is connected. The MOH application will also be seen in the system tray if ;it is executed again and wil lgo back to silent mode on the next disconnect. ;StealthMode=Y ;AudibleAlert=Y This setting will cause a default system sound (ding.wav) to be ;played when there is an incoming call ;AudibleAlert=Y ;Debug=Y This setting will cause the application to output debug messages. These ;messages can be viewed by using a debugger or a debug message viewer ;Debug=Y ;Section for default "Dial digit after hookflash strings". This is ;to be used to set the default digits based on the TAPI country setting. This ;is applicable in some European countries like Ireland,France and Italy where ;the setting is universal. The default setting is set only if there is no ;previous setting and will not change if the country is changed. T ;[DIAL_STRINGS] ;Ireland=2,1 ;Italy=2 ;France=2,1Download Driver Pack
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Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).
If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.
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Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.
Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
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