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BT Voyager 105 Drivers?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Danbo Daxter, Sep 12, 2004.

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  1. Danbo Daxter

    Danbo Daxter Thread Starter

    Feb 28, 2003
    I recently got the "Easy" Install Package for AOL Broadband (Silver). The AOL software (and the crappy browser) works fine, but when I get to installing the drivers for the DSL Modem itself, I encounter something of a hitch.

    As soon as I plug in the modem (The driver installation package won't proceed until you do so), Windows XP automatically detects it as A USB LAN Modem and sets up a Local Area Connection, and I can't install the Modem as an actual modem, instead it is installed as a network device. Thus, I cannot get DSL goodness. So, my two questions are this :

    1) Is there any way I can disable the Windows XP Automatic Hardware Detection?
    2) Can I download any generic DSL Modem drivers to use with my modem?
  2. Maritimesea


    Sep 9, 2004
    You can try going to sytem properties>device manager>highlight your modem>properties>update driver>at the wizard choose "choose drivers from list" or something similar instead of "let windows choose". Find the "device" you want from the hardware list that appears and then install the modem drivers for the device you selected. I'm on win98 se so I don't know what differences there are in the dialogue boxes you'll be seeing in winXp but it should be roughly the same I imagine.
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