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Need modem driver

I recently encountered a virus and was forced to perform a clean install. i backed up several items but i did not remember i had no disc to install a modem driver. i have dsl and use the siemens speedstream 4100 modem. i need a driver for it to install to be able to use internet. i cant use the driver detective cuz i cant get online yet so i need the install driver only.

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Well, you can call up the estore AT&T toll free number and enquire if they do give away the installation disks so that you can have them ordered and have your internet connection up and running.
AT&T do support and merchandise Siemens 4100. The Toll free number being:

By Phone -       800- 667-2118
Available 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.ET (M-F) and 8:00a.m.-8:00p.m. ET Saturday by calling 800- 667-2118.

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