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64 bit drivers for dial up modems

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Has anybody successfully installed a dial up modem under Windows x64? I tried adding my old generic Intel chip based modem and Win x64 said it couldn't find a driver.

I've looked in lots of forums and at US Robotics, Intel, and Conent modem sites for drivers and cant find any references at all.

Regards, Ron

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Success. I found a Windows x64 driver at the Intel site for any modem that uses their 536EP modem chipset. A lot of generic modems use this chip. If you have Win 98 or XP, use device manager to look at your modem specs to see if it says Intel 536EP. If it does, you can put that card in your AMD 64, download the driver & unzip it, and then control panel/add new hardware, and point it to the unzipped folder. It should install; check device manager to see that's it's working.

http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df...09&submit=Go%21

Regards, Ron

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My Intel 536EP Modem has 64bit drivers and they work i just cant get aol to run on x64 pro corp if anyone knows send me msg :)

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I managed to get the 32-bit drivewrs to work with my Netodragon modem just by installing them, back when I was running xp64 beta and actually using it, now have moved to dsl...

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To get AOL to run on Win x64 & connect to the internet, you have to go to keyword beta at AOL and download ACS 4.0 beta. This will install 64bit drivers win miniport drivers.

Regards, Ron

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