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Need to setup windows xp faxing

The windows connectio wizards demands i put the windows cd in, but i lost that decades ago. So when I go into cotrol panel, add windows components, and select fax it tells me to put in the winows disk, i don't have one. is there a driver that I can install?

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Hi,
Since you donot have the windows xp cd , you would not be able to enable the fax feature in windows xp home edition.
Alternatively you can download a fax program from the interent and configure the same to send faxes.

One such porgram is called snappy fax, can be downloaded from the link below
http://www.snappysoftware.com/


Thanks
Proton

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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