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By tom2001 ·
hi, I am grateful that I finally found a little window for a "freaking" question. Here I am sitting on the internet for three hours to find out some stupid "freaking" drivers. In the meantime I had to join here, join there and probably join something else in a minute to get some sort of an answer. I don't know if it's all about the money or the sofistication of what ever we are doing.
Now, my problem is I need three (3) drivers.
(1) Aztech modem CNR v.92(CNR2800 - maybe)
(2) Videocard driver Intel181xv2872
(3) Soundcard driver which I don't know, but came with XP on a Packard Bell computer ser.no.1946877189.
Now if anybody can help me that would actually be good and "freaking frustrating".
If not so what difference does it make?
Hope you got my frustrated message, please help or .......
Thank you Tomas.
ps I don't need it next year, I would be very happy getting it soon!
pps If you can't provide the drivers could you please direct me to the sites where I can obtain them,if possible without joining an telling everybody that I am 44 years of age, that I'm 6'2, what my hobbies are and whether I am a heterosexual or homosexual and what's my annual income, thanks again.

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by f-1548911 In reply to help

Try www.driverguide.com. click on member login on the top left corner. user ID="drivers" password="all" scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on driver search. now try searching for drivers by company name, model number, driver name and etc...

Good Luck

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by tom2001 In reply to help

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by PramodPatil In reply to help

Try This sites for your first 2 drivers ,

http://www.modemhelp.org/drivers.html

http://support.intel.com/support/graphics/drivermatrix.htm

http://www.pbnec.nl/support/drv/cat117.html

(Remove spaces in the link if there are any)

And serial number does not help in finding the third driver. Please provide further details.

Hope this helps

-Pramod

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by zlitocook In reply to help

Have another coke and chill you found a great place for help. All the web sites listed are good. Also look on each card and find the fcc number all parts have them. go to this web site and type it in just like it is on the card.
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid/

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by philldmc In reply to help

It sounds like all these items are integrated into the motherboard. If so, have you researched the drivers by the manufacture of your motherboard?

If these are solo components I would go to www.driverzone.com you can search by manufacturer and if you don't know the manufacturer you can search by FCC number printed on each component.

Hope this helps

Phill

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