16 Feb 2020


Shark Multimedia Leopard 56K Pocket USB, Version 2.80 Modem Driver

Company: Shark Multimedia
Model: Leopard 56K Pocket USB, Version 2.80
Operating System: Windows 2000 (Note: might work with other versions of this os.)


File: usb2000.exe


Shark Multimedia Leopard 56K Pocket USB, Version 2.80 Driver. The following file is a self-extracting utility containing the Windows 2000 drivers for the Leopard 56K Pocket USB.These drivers are v.90 only.

***************** Installing the USB Driver *****************

Step 1. Click on the new drivers to download >>> Select 'Save

this program to disk' >>> Save the program in a easy

to find folder where you will remember where the driver

was saved.

Step 2. When the driver download is finished, disconnect from

the Internet >>> go to the folder where you saved the

driver >>> double-click the driver and it will self

extract to the 'C:\sharkmm' folder.

Step 3.Go to the control panel >>> add / remove programs

>>> double-click on 'uninstall Pocket USB modem'

>>> when prompted click 'OK' to uninstall.

Step 4. Unplug the USB modem and plug it in again >>> Windows

should detect new hardware 'USB Device' >>> click 'Next'

>>> Select 'Search for the best driver for your device.

(Recommended)' >>> place a check in the 'Specify location:'

box and un-check all other boxes >>> in the location window

type 'C:\sharkmm\'. >>> It will detect 'USB Device Modem'

>>> after it copies all the necessary files click finish

>>> It will then finish installing the modem devices.

***************** Trouble shooting *****************

To test the modem to make sure it is working :

Step 1.Close all applications >>>> Go to the control panel

>>> double-click modems >>> click on the 'Diagnostics'

tab >>> select the Com X that the Pocket USB Modem is

on >>> Click 'more info' >>> it will report communicating

with modem. >>> when it is finished it will report

information. >>> under the command | response area it

should have a list of commands and there responses. For

the command ATI1 it should have one response report

'Pocket USB Modem' If this reports back this response

then the modem is functioning.

If the modem did not pass the test :

Step 1.Reboot the system and run the test again. >>> If the modem

still does not respond, uninstall and reinstall the modem

following the directions at the beginning of these instructions.

If it still does not function correctly please try the original

CD and instructions from manual, to veryify the modem is still

working. Then download the drivers again. Maybe the downloaded

files became corrupted.

If the modem is not connecting :

Step 1.Reboot the system and try to connect again.

Try another phone number if available.

Try another phone line if available.

*Capable of receiving at up to 56Kbps, and sending at up to 31.2Kbps.

Due to the FCC regulations on power output, receiving speeds limited

to 53Kbps. Actual speeds may vary. Requires compatiblewith both the

V.90 56K standard and K56Flex technology protocols. Test your phone

line for compatibility before you buy: see www.sharkmm.com for details.

File Contents:
Length Date Time Name -------- ---- ---- ---- 33028 06-19-00 16:32 SlWdmSup.sys 34 06-19-00 16:32 Mdmntstm.CAT 47172 06-27-00 15:48 Mdmntstm.inf 92264 06-19-00 16:32 mtlmnt5.sy_ 811448 06-19-00 16:32 mtlstrm.sy_ 167731 06-19-00 16:32 ntmtlfax.sy_ 5788 06-27-00 15:47 readme.txt 98069 06-19-00 16:32 slclean.ex_ 1946 06-26-00 19:50 Slclean.ini 128751 06-19-00 16:32 slcpappl.cp_ 5036 06-19-00 16:32 slcpappl.hl_ 104352 06-19-00 16:32 slextspk.dl_ 160685 06-19-00 16:32 sllights.ex_ 3961 06-19-00 16:32 sllights.ini 204408 06-19-00 16:32 slnt7554.sys 92254 06-19-00 16:32 slnthal.sy_ 24588 06-19-00 16:32 slserv.ex_ 22745 06-19-00 16:32 coinst.dl_ 34767 06-19-00 16:32 smcfg.ex_ 76701 06-19-00 16:32 usb_cpl.dl_ 316680 06-19-00 16:32 v90drv.sy_ -------- ---- 2432408 21 files

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