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Missing modem My systems restore disappeared, so I did a factory restore on my HP desktop, 2005. I have windows XP , no disc. When it came back up, and I tried to connect to my dial up service, it said no modem is installed. It asks if I want it to install it. I say yes, and it says no plug and play devices can be found. it says to choose one from a list. I choose Agere systems soft PCI as that is what my system hardware info says . but then it says to pick a port to install it and no ports come up so it will not let me continue. How can I get my modem back> Thanks, Peggy

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What is XE3 circa 2002, 15 years young. wow.

XP is now 3 years dead, at microsoft.
why not at least upgrade to Win7. be wise to do that.
XP must have SP3, if not it will fail, and even with it it fail.
lots of USB devices for example will fail. here.
dial up, you dont run DSL.
ive not see dial up in 20 years. why dial up.?

if compelled to use dial up, you need a modem that XP understands
most of them it does not. nor will it ever,
there are 2 classes of modem. (DIAL up to POTS)
1: software modem (99% software, and a box) they SUX. all do.
2: hardware modem, best is USB. by
and A good dial up program,. windows dial up software stinks.

https://www.cdw.com/shop/products/Hayes-ACCURA-World-Approved-V.92-56K-External-USB-Mini-Modem/1651998.aspx



i see this is HP supported (was) modem
Agere systems soft PCI
it needs the HP.com driver to run that modem
does the number you dial buy hand (using a POTS phone)
dial up and answer and squeal? if not its hopeless that number
you need to pay for superscription service, and with a pass word.
LIKE HERE
http://www.earthlink.net/dialup/




THE PROBLEM IS HP NO LONGER SUPPORTS YOUR PC
SO THERE ARE NO DRIVERS. now.

why not get 10 year or newer PC, or get DSL to home
or cable modem with only 1 channel active, (slow like dialup)
for cheap. (im using 16channel now, as i type)

or buy a new modem and connect it and use the new modems
disk to install a nice dialer for you.
but finding one is not easy now.
https://www.cdw.com/shop/products/Hayes-ACCURA-World-Approved-V.92-56K-External-USB-Mini-Modem/1651998.aspx



the best modems, are Hayes, there hardware modems are like rock. i used them back in the ARPnet days and on amocat.

Posted on Apr 21, 2017

  • Larry Ng
    Larry Ng Apr 21, 2017

    note Hayes, still has there drivers. pages
    on line in 2017
    what a great co. (imo, i dont sell anything)

    http://www.hayesmicro.com/techsupport/US...

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Problem with this scanner is: Microsoft has the wrong driver and HP delivers an uncertified driver that never gets itself correctly installed under XP. Scanner is likely to work just for one session. Do as I did. I am talking Dutch here.

Remove all software first and afterwards also folders like ProgramFiles\Hewlet Packard and other places were files were stored in. Maybe in Control Centre - System - Hardware Devices you may have Optical Devices - HP 3400C, Remove it also with right clicking and doing Undo Installation of the Driver and next unplug the scanner from the computer. Restart. Install the driver for migrating from early Windows version to XP. [url]ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/scanners/software/sj652en.exe[/url] and, when done, restart with connecting the scanner when the computer is down. It now seems to be recognized and installed (like you must have seen before). Do not use the scanner on this stage. Now install the update [url]http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?lc=en&lang=en&cc=us&os=228&product=61835&dlc=en&softwareitem=sj651mu[/url] Restart again. Go back to System - Hardware Devices where you now certainly find the scanner under Optical Devices. Click right on it and choose Properties and Install the Driver Again or something alike in English. On the question Must Windows Search For It? Pick 'Not This Time." Next with "Install From a Certain Location." Then choose "Do not Search, I Want to Install the Driver Myself." Now choose the third and last driver from the list. So one of HP, not from Microsoft. You are only asked the question This Driver is Not Digitally Signed, Still Use It? and click Yes or OK. Your problem is finally solved and the program PrecisionScan will also work. Do remove the program update.exe from the folder or when watching system internals - just do not agree for the update possibility changes.

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There are few things to remember using USB.

  • If your System is in hybernation mode, don't remove any attached USB device, because it will damage your USB driver. This is one of the known problem from microsoft.
  • If you have to remove any USB device use 'Safely Remove Hardware'.

To remove currepted USB drivers its not enough to remove your printer drivers.
  1. You should un-install the 'Universal Serial Bus Controllers' from Device Manager.
  2. Then re-boot to clean registry.
  3. Install the 'Universal Serial Bus Controllers' using XP Setup CD.
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When it shows the message new hardware found click on "start" then click on "printers and faxes"Select the option on right side 'add printer" or select from file menu "Add printer" click next if insert installing CD Disk which came with Printer written Divers then click next now computer will start looking for Printer's Driver

other Subjection is
when it shows new hardware found message click on that message Insert Divers CD which came with that Printers Select the option to install driver from CD

Another subjection is Install the CD which came with Printer
Actual you don't have to any thing Insert CD It will auto play and
start installing just read the caption and select the alternatives

Best Of luck

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You should be able to download those from HPs website.

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