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I cant finish installing a Smartlink V.92 56k modem on Windows XP

I used the windows hardware detection wizard with the drivers disc in the CD-ROM and it installs the modem but than it recognizes an ethernet controller and multimedia audio device but wont install the drivers for them. In the device manager menu it shows yellow exclamation marks next to both under other devices but the modem doesn't work I've tried others and had the same problem so I know they are functional but I can't get them online

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