Microtech DPCM USB driver

Microtech DPCM USB XP/98/2000 driver This the driver files for the Microtech DPCM USB modem for Windows XP and Windows 2000. The driver also goes under the name of MicroMate. The driver goes under a number of names. These are listed as follows: — “eUSB SmartMedia Driver” and also “DPCM-USB Reader”.

Microtech DPCM USB driver

The driver was brought out by SCM Microsystems in 2001 under a number of other names. These have also included the  eUSB CF/SM Combo Reader. The file is listed below. Scan all files you download from the internet for viruses and malware before install.

Installing the Microtech DPCM USB driver:

  • Begin by downloading the “DPCM-USB XPinstall.zip” compressed (zipped) file to the root directory of your hard drive. In most cases, this will be C:\.
  • Right-click the “DPCM-USB XPinstall.zip” (file will have an icon consisting of a folder with a zipper) and select “Extract All” from the dropdown menu.
  • This will launch the “Extraction Wizard”. Click “Next” to continue.
  • A new window will appear in which you will be asked to “Select a Destination.” The default location C:\DPCM-USB XPinstall will be highlighted. Click “Next” to begin extracting the drivers.

Installing with the INF file on Windows 10

You can also install this with the INF file on any Windows machine. If you are using Windows 10 then download the file below and extract the content. There are three directories. There is a Windows 98, Windows XP and Windows 2000. Click on Windows 2000. There are two files in there. See below as you will need to then extract another file called “W2Kbasedrivers.zip” as is seen below. Likewise this is similar to installing the Samsung Mobile Phone USB Driver as well.

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Microtech DPCM USB driver

Extract that file as well and you will see two driver. The one we are interest in is the one with the INF extension.

Installing with the INF file on Windows 10

The file called “Eucfsm.INF” right-click on this file and then click on ‘install” on the new menu which appeared after you right-clicked on it. The driver will then install as this is a barebones driver with no software. From there Windows will state that it has found new hardware and proceed to install the driver for you. That’s about it. The Microtech HD50 USB SCSI as well as the Microtek USB Phantom 330CX Driver also installs the same way. Likewise you will note that the hardware ID is USB\VID_07AF&PID_0006 which is a camera. There is also the UART ft230x basic uart driver which installs in the same manner (INF)  even though this is not a UART. The hardware ID usb\vid_0403&pid_6001&rev_0600 is also a UART.

 

Microtech DPCM USB XP/98/2000 driver

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