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And you'll also need to install the Microsoft UAA Bus driver so that the modem and sound card can be detected and installed properly. Here's an entire forum thread on this subject, just go through the explanations and you'll do fine http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?admit=109447626+1296547702909+28353475&threadId=1274883
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Ok, the modem is a simple one. You need to manually install it. Right click on MY COMPUTER, PROPERTIES, HARDWARE, DEVICE MANAGER. Right click the PCI Communications error icon and click HAVE DISK. Scroll down and select the Lucent Win Modem and ignore any error messages and load that driver. You should be good to go. As for the audio, I'll have to send that to you via another account as gmail and sbcglobal doesn't allow the sending of EXE files. The subject line will read DV1000 sound driver.
I just Googled modem drivers and came up with several. Among them were driverforum.com and driverguide.com where people will send you files you need. If your machine has the same kind of modem that mine came out with it is a HSP56 MR by PCtel.Inc. I use Belarc Adivsor to tell me what all the files are on my computer and it said that was my modem. If I can find my modem drivers i would be willing to email them to you. I have no paper manual except the Motherboard one that came with this machine. It is a SYNTAX S651M www.syntaxusa.com .
your Speedstream 4100 modem doesn't need a driver, it has its built-in PPPoE, just login to its user interface, (192.168.0.1) if you get a "connection information" page, click on the blue login button on the left side. make sure your IP address doesn't begin with 169, if that happens, release/ renew your IP.
Hi rajamke, that statement (PCI simple communication controller modem driver), means your modem is missing it's driver software. If you have a driver CD that came with the PC you should be able to find the driver. There will be more than one. You install the driver that matches your Windows version.
use your control panel, go to control panel clickon printers and other hardware, then phone and modem options then click on the advanced at the top and a menu should come up with the manufacturer name for the modem it will be high lighted in blue, then write it down and find it on the web. if not just log into the internet select your add hardware and use the install wizard to find the drivers for you and it will down load them for you. XP can be a wonderful program with this type of help.