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Need Driver I have a Xtrasys xn2133g. Hard drive was wiped and re-installed and I don't have a drive/install disk for the modem. I have looked but can't find a download on the internet. (On a different computer) Can you help? Dan.

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  • Anonymous Sep 09, 2008

    tube que formatear el disco y no tengo los drivers, help



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I found this driver from the Manufacturer site you can try that! http://www.xterasys.com/files/xn2133g_v1.0.5_auto.exe Good Luck regards babb

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