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as i check the dsl200 modem of dlink only has a windows xp/98/me /2000 versions. they don't have drivers for windows 7 try checking microsoft if they have a driver for the dlink dsl200 that serves as update. in case they don't have you need to install old version of windows to use this device on your computer.
The link below will take you to the driver download page. I do not see Windows 7 drivers so the nearest drivers are for Windows Vista. Install these drivers and your modem should now be working properly in Windows. If not, you may want to contact D-Link Technical Support as sometimes special software is only available per request.
Do what you need most. You have to choose yourself whether you require DSL200 or SP3. I can only tell you how to remove SP3 from your PC. Goto start button control panel, add remove programs, Change or remove programes and on top select show updates check box in the list below you will fine windows update Windows XP service pack 3 just click on remove. Further, once you are done with installing your DSL you can once more try installing service pack 3 and see wether both work in harmony or not.
The only known solution to this problem is to either uninstall service pack 3 and 2, install the modem and install again SP 2 and 3, or format the computer, install Windows XP service pack 1, install the modem, then install SP 2 and SP3. A pain, I know. It's probably easier to just change modem. I welcome any developer who is willing to build an unofficial installer for this modem to work with SP 3 and Vista. Why throw away a useable modem only because the company that made it wants you to do so?
To use it with Windows Vista, you must install the driver software for Windows Vista.
The Windows XP drivers for your product cannot be used under Windows Vista.
Easy-WebPrint and PhotoRecord do not support Windows Vista.
Upgrading from Windows XP to Windows Vista :
upgrading your OS from Windows XP to Windows Vista, delete / uninstall
all the Windows XP driver software first; then, upgrade the OS to
Windows Vista and install Vista driver software. If you have already upgraded your computer's OS to Windows Vista :
Delete / uninstall the Windows XP drivers before installing Vista drivers.