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upgrade from 56k flex to V.90

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I have a Rockwell 56k modem and I'm trying to upgrade to a V.90 for faster access.  How do I go about this task?
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by:wayneb
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Who is the maker of the modem and do they offer a v.90 update.
Please post the maker of modem and model # and I will help you track down an upgrade.

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by:adamsetc
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It is the Modulator 56k flex modem.  The maker is Rockwell.  
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shintinsdas87 earned 100 total points
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go to the rockwell website, i think it's rockwell.com, and they should have an area for upgrades
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by:rmarotta
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If the present proposed answer does not solve your problem, just select "reopen the question to other experts" from your options list.

Rockwell does not manufacture modems, just the chipsets that go into many modems.

Try here for a list of modem manufacturers:
http://www.yahoo.com/Business_and_Economy/Companies/Computers/Hardware/Peripherals/Modems/

Regards,
Ralph

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