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Click on network and download the driver. But you have to know who the manufacture of the modem is. You maybe have to seach for it in the device manager. When the driver is downloaded you have to unzip the file before you can install it.
If the sevice tag is true its is the following page you have to download it from:
http://www.acer.nl/acer/service.do?LanguageISOCtxParam=nl&miu10einu24.current.attN2B2F2EEF=3744&sp=page15e&ctx2.c2att1=3&miu10ekcond13.attN2B2F2EEF=3744&CountryISOCtxParam=NL&ctx1.att21k=1&CRC=2939325947 take agere modem driver
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?