Hi. I recently installed a usr 33.6 winmodem. everything works fine. I did notice however that something called nvram now loads, along with explorer and systray when I start Windows. i tracked this nvram down in the winmodem folder. its listed under version and called nvram manager.
Its in a list with other items. it says name: u.s robotics
Language: english internal name: nvram and theirs a couple of other items. so i assume this is a normal part of file of the modem. i just never saw it before and wondered if its kosher. thanks for your help. lisa
NVRam is Non Volitile Random Access Memory. Basically, it's the memory that doesn't get erased after shutting off your computer. It's mainly used to keep track of devices that are in your computer, and
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