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By blizeman ·
Hi,
I have a ACF2 Data/Fax/Voice modem in my system and somehow lost the drivers. It's a Rockwell based modem but i do not know who makes the modem, how can i get the driver for this modem and get it going. System:W98,K6III-450. Thanks

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by dhollie1 In reply to Modem software

If you look on your modem there is a square chip with the a model name and number on it.

Go to the following link(windrivers.com)

-Select Begennier search.
-Select Identify by photo/model number page.
-Select modem help center.
-Select Rockwell model name/company. An array of company names and model numbers will come up. Most likely you will find the Driver you are looking for.

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by blizeman In reply to Modem software

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by >@ >@ Gone Fishing @< @< In reply to Modem software

Same as the first answer but you can also try www.Driverhq.com and www.drivers-guide.com. I use DriversHQ, it's one down side is it doesn;t have the drivers on its site but will give you a list of different sites that have the driver and the manufactures home pages.

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by >@ >@ Gone Fishing @< @< In reply to Modem software

Syntax error : Its actually www.DRIVERShq.com

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by blizeman In reply to Modem software

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by Brian Lusk In reply to Modem software

The other two guys are on the right track. But, if you want to track down the original manufacturer of the modem and get their drivers, you might want to try this:

Look for the FCC ID on the card. When you find it, go to the FCC site, www.fcc.gov and perform a search on that FCC ID. It will tell you the manufacturer of the original modem, which you can then find via more normal search methods.

Personally, I'd use the generic rockwell drivers and be done with it. Those can be obtained via either DriversHQ.com or DriverGuide.com.

Good luck!

Brian Lusk

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by drew_lgca In reply to Modem software

Check windrivers.com
bootdisk.com is has fcc look up

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