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access the internet form another location like u just did and bring a data cd with or portable drive and got to this page download and store file in cd or drive and insert into affected pc http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/MODEM/CONEXANT/
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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.
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