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Need 1433 VQH-X Drivers!!!

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Formatted a friends PC, when the shop sold him the Modem, they didn't give him the Drivers. He says it's an Infotel (#15129) 33.6 (sticker on Card confirms). Went to their Website and downloaded what was supposed to be Drivers for this Modem (19k??). It was a Exe. file which only expanded to 26k......all text!!!! Plug and Play recoginizes it as: Texas Instruments TUT 33.6 Fax Internal. Various stickers on the card say:
1433 VQH-X
P/N 89599031
FCC ID: H8N1433VQH-X
part# 015129

Any help with Drivers for this Modem would be appreciated. Terry
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1) Extract the INF file from the EXE and put it in the win95\inf directory.

2) Backup and remove the DRVDATA.BIN and the DRVIDX.BIN files

3) Add your modem (add/remove HW) manually, chosing one of:
  "1433VQH-33.6K Internal Data Fax Modem"
  "1433VQE-33.6K External Data Fax Modem"
  "V1433VQH-33.6K Internal Voice Data Fax Modem"

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Just to be sure you have the latest one:
    http://www.askey.com/drivers/b33hx.exe


Another option to install is:

1. Unzip the driver file (which contains three files) into a directory on your harddrive e.g. c:\drivers. One of the best unzip tools is available from www.winzip.com. For a selection of freeware unzippers, go here.

2. Click on start, settings, control panel, modems.

3. Click add, next.

4. When asked to choose a modem from a list, click Have Disk.

5. Type in the path to the unzipped driver files e.g. c:\drivers.

6. Click OK, and select the modem in the list that matches the model of your Dynalink modem. Follow the prompts.

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Excellent Job!!!!! Went with the "b33hx.exe"....no problems!!! Works GREAT, Thanks for the "Experts" Advise, Regards...Terry
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Well, it's the appreciation that keeps us (OK, me) hanging around here.
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