|Dec 20, 2012, 09:54 AM||#1|
USB 56k modem issues
One of the windows medical billing programs that I currently still use relies on the need for a 56k modem. I have been trying to get a generic USB 56k modem to work under windows 7 bootcamp and have not been able to connect successfully to the outside line. I have tested this modem on another Windows 7 PC and have been successful even though I have gone through the same setup steps. I am wondering whether Apple requires a specific modem to work even when it is running in full Windows 7 mode, maybe due to incompatible drivers, etc. If anyone has any possible ideas, I would greatly appreciate it as this issue has been giving me lots of trouble.
|Dec 26, 2012, 03:51 AM||#2|
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