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How does one go about writing a modem driver and how does the Unimodem fit into it?
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Really, you have not to programmatically write modem driver.
Universal modem driver already exists as Unimodem.
You should write only the text description of your modem in .INF file. The samples of this file you can see at <windowsDir>\INF\mdm*.inf.
Of course, I cannot teach you via experts-exchange about writting .INF file. But Win32 DDK can.
Also, you can search for 'unimodem', 'modem registry entries', 'modem driver' or something like this on www.microsoft.com.
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