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Two Modems That Do Not Have Correct Drivers


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jsullivan33403

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Hi Everyone

I have two good internal modems for which I can not seem to find the correct windows 2000 drivers for. They are as follows:

[1] Conexant Smart HCF, chip p9573, part # stamped on unit = A6303059, Model 1456VQH-R3

[2] PCTEL PCT789T-A, p/n A4162122, a 56k v.90 PCI internal modem

Any one know a link to a good driver for either?

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SRX660

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Have you tried these?

Conexant

http://members.drive...driverid=221707

PCtel

http://www.modem-dri...rs/85/85583.htm

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try ...DriverGuide...here...
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Edited by happyrock, 23 October 2008 - 06:07 AM.

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The 1456VQH-R3 is well known world wide model series

ASKEY or DYNALINK are just a couple of the brands that use that model numbering

Google 1456VQH-R3 and then go for the nearest one to you

In Australia Dynalink have their own website and drivers are freely available

They may have some country setting issues if you are outside OZ but they should be editable after install

Good Luck

Baudy! :)
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this site here ...DriverMax can scan your system to see what ,if any , drivers you need...it free

Edited by happyrock, 23 October 2008 - 06:05 AM.

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