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Version: 2.70.00

Release Date: November 23, 1999

(C) 1998-1999 Smart Link Ltd.

This document contains release notes and other information about this
product. Information in this document is the most current available.
For your convenience, print a copy of this file and keep it with your 
user manual. 

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This file (README.TXT) contains:

1) Quick Start
2) How to verify installation
3) Uninstall procedure
4) Update procedure
5) Known issues
6) Troubleshooting

1. Quick Start 

Important notes:

   1) This version of Pegas.USB is compatible only with Microsoft Windows 98.

   2) If Pegas.USB is already installed in your system and you want to re-install 
   new version, first uninstall Pegas.USB (See Uninstall Procedure), and only 
   then proceed to install new version.

To install Pegas.USB for the first time:
a) Plug in the Pegas.USB modem into a USB port.
b) Windows98 will instantly detect the USB modem will start software installation.
c) When requested, point to the Pegas.USB install diskette in the floppy drive or 
   CD-ROM drive. 
d) Pegas.USB drivers will be installed.

2. How to verify installation

To verify that Pegas.USB is installed correctly, follow these steps:

 a) In Control Panel - Modems: check for the presence of your USB modem.

To Check that Pegas.USB is working properly:

 a) Create a configuration (Direct to port or modem) of Hyper Terminal.

 b) Run Hyper Terminal.
    Type ATI1, ATI2 or ATI3 and make sure you receive the modem IDs. 
    Dial any accessible phone number, and see that that phone rings.
    Dial to another modem (ATDTxxx or via the dial button of the TAPI
    interface) and see that a modem session is established.

    If you have successfully connected, then Pegas.USB has been successfully 

3. Uninstall Procedure
a) Go to Control Panel / Add/Remove Programs
b) Select "Uninstall Pegas.USB Modem"
c) Click on Add/Remove Button
d) A confirmation window appears. Click "OK" to proceed.
e) Pegas.USB drivers will be uninstalled.
f) You may un-plug the Pegas.USB from the USB port.

4. Update Procedure

To update your Pegas.USB drivers, uninstall previous drivers (see above 
procedure) and RESTART your system.
(plugging the modem out and back in is not enough!). 

When the system detects the modem and asks for disk, press "Browse" and
select the updated Pegas.USB diskette in the floppy drive or Pegas.USB
CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.

New Pegas.USB drivers will be installed.

5. Known issues

5.1	If you have MSPhone program installed under Windows 98, you MUST uninstall it BEFORE 
	you install the modem driver. 
	Microsoft does not support MSPhone application anymore,	as you can see on the following 
	web page:

6. Troubleshooting

If your modem does not work as expected:

6.1	If ERROR, NO DIALTONE or a similar message is received:

	(a)   Check whether Pegas.USB is connected to the line.
	(b)   Use a telephone handset to make sure that the line is
	      active and that there is a dial tone.
	(c)   Check to see if the line is a PBX line or a direct analog
            phone line. You may need to dial 9, before the actual 
		desired telephone number (i.e. ATDT9,123-4567).
		If, after dialing 9, the modem still cannot detect the PBX
		dialtone, try typing ATX3 before dialing.

		NOTE that PBX lines typically can only support V.34
		rates (33,600 bps, 28,800 bps, ...) and NOT V.90
		rates (49,333 bps, 50,666 bps, ...).

6.2	If dialer application (i.e. Hyperterminal) does not detect modem:

	(a)   Check whether HyperTerminal is configured to the right port.
		You can find the Pegas.USB COM port number in 
 		Control Panel/Modems/Properties. 
		If not, press disconnect and change the port that the dialer 
		is accessing.

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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • 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.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • 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.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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