Re: Modem Driver

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by ocbwilg, May 9, 2005.

  1. ocbwilg

    ocbwilg Guest

    "Charlie Russel - MVP" <> wrote in message
    news:OV0zcI%...
    > So the problem is the application, which isn't seeing a version of the OS
    > it likes. Try installing it in compatibility mode, telling the app that
    > it's running on a version it supports. If the modem installs and is seen
    > correctly by the OS, the rest is just application level.
    >
    > Another possibility is that the installer is 16-bit. If that's the case,
    > you'll need to find a different dialup application, since 16 bit isn't
    > supported at all.


    One other thought, some dialup ISPs install "virtual" device drivers for
    their dialup services (AOL and the "AOL Dialup Adapter" being the first to
    spring to mind). If your dialup service uses such drivers, they may have to
    be rewritten for 64-bit.
    ocbwilg, May 9, 2005
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