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Pci slots when i attached a modem to pci slots on p4pe2-x mainboard it does not see the driver and so that it does not work

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The drivers are supplied with the modem when you buy it. If you didn't buy the modem new or lost the driver disc, you can usually find drivers online. Try a Google search for "xxxxxx drivers" (replace the xxxxxx with your modem model number) and you should find lots of places to download them. Or provide the model number here and we'll see what we can find.

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