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Posted on Oct 10, 2008
If no brand/model then your next best bet is to get the chipset number and download a generic driver. The chipset is the largest IC (LSI) on the modem board. Most often, they are made by Conexant, ESS, Lucent to name a few. Once you have determined the chipset number (ex. Conexant HSF1 CX11252-11), google for modem drivers of the chipset number or try the chipset manufacture's website. Good luck and kind regards.
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