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Modem problems now!!!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by gazza, Jan 28, 2003.

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  1. gazza

    gazza Thread Starter

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    Hi to all,

    I recently created a dual boot system on my computer, C:\ is Windows XP Home (with SR1 installed) and D:\ is Windows 98SE.
    My modem works OK under Windows XP Home, but i am having no end of problems finding a Windows 98SE modem driver.

    Can anyone help me please to find the correct modem driver for my modem operating under Windows 98SE?
    The information about it is below:

    The computer company who made my machine says that it is an Askey 56K Softmodem V1456.
    In my Device Manager it has it listed as an PCTel HSP56 Micromodem 9.00-9K.

    The code on the chip on the modem is PCT789T-C1.

    I have 2 stickers on the modem itself with the numbers: 4221P000031 & 11220104381.

    There are two sets of numbers on the actual modem board: 3000-P07771 & 80-200V23W-1.

    I also have found what i think is the ID for the board:
    PCI\VEN_134&DEV_7892&SUBSYS_0001134D&REV_02

    I have the modem working under Windows XP Home, but i did not get a CD with the modem drivers on it when i bought the computer.
    I have tried the Askey site with no result, and i have tried their Wnmdmid program.
    And all i can find is the information about PCTel HSP56 etc.

    Can anyone help me please.
    Thanks in advance
     
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  3. gazza

    gazza Thread Starter

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    Hi Hairy,

    Thank you for the offer of help, but Askey came through with two links for both the XP and 98SE modem drivers.
    And i have found out that they are two totally seperate drivers, so the XP one would not work with the 98SE system.
     
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