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Normally when you install the Windows OS on your computer it will automatically install all the drivers, however, special drivers like will Modem will need to be install. Please find the link below to download and install the modem driver: http://gd.panam.acer.com/home/ Select the Model name of your computer Select the Operating System Click on drivers and download it to your computer
This is rohit from Primus Tech Support, Canada
As i understand correctly, you canot make the modem work with windows vista, right?
Make sure that the OS Window Vista has not encountered any problems while installation process.
Try to create a conectoid
click start>control panel>internet connection>network and sharing center>setup a new connection or network>connect to the internt>broadband PPPoE> Enter you User ID and the Password (contact your ISP) confirm the password and click connect.
You should be conected.
Make sure the ADSL LINK or DSL light on the modem is solid before you create the connectoid.
You can try & proceed to HP website (http://www.hp.com/) and go to the Software & Driver Downloads (left side near the bottom).
You have to determine the specif model/version of your HP computer which might look something like "HP Pavilion 4550Z"
From initial indications you would be looking for an Internal Modem/Sound Card that was originally set for Windows 98SE. Chances are that it is a Conexant or Rockwell SoftK56 Data,Fax PCI Modem, with Master Riptide PCI Audio Device.
Post back should you need additional information. State your PC's model.
Good luck and kind regards.
Its dilip how are you ,hope fine .for audio drivers you have to download microsoft universal audio file ,and then conexant high definition audion ..so first install the microsoft universal audio.and then conexant audio drivers
link 1 :microsoft universal audio
link 2 :conexant hight definition audio
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.