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I have a PCMCIA modem which is now setup, but I need to upgrade the driver so that my DUN doesn't keep hanging.  Whenever I delete the modem and put it back in the slot, it automatically reinstalls the old driver.  If I use new hardware setup, I can either use the PCMCIA setup, which automatically sets up the old driver, or it tries to set it up on com 1 or 2, and to work it needs to run on it's own internal com port.  My modem is a Practical Peripherials 336ez running on a sharp pc-9020.  
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The modem settings for Windows 95 are stored in:

C:\WINDOWS\INF

The Practical Peripherals file is Mdmpp.inf

Copy the updated file into this location (be sure to save a copy of the original) and then re-run your driver installation.


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