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GM56USB V3 Modem

Driver problem, XP will want the driver installed each time
I stick the modem in... but I already lost the package and the d
cd.
This driver si not to be found,
and the product is not listed her at all.
I can send a brilliant picture right away but have no idea
how to upload it.

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Hello Cach4ce,
Have you tried THIS?
Save the driver on your computer and follow the prompts or, reply to this if you can't get it to work.


Regards,
GiBi

Posted on Oct 27, 2007

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