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I live in London Ont. Canada and I had my computer upgraded by whaturned out to be a moron who happened to run a computer shop.  He upgraded the computer without giving (or installing) a driver for my modem.  It is a Logicode 33.6k fax modem with voice and I have tried accessing Logicode's website with no success (www.logicode.com)  I was wondering if there is a site where I can get old drivers for Logicode modems? thanks a lot
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audra earned 100 total points
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I am sorry that you ran into one of this computer moron's who mangled your machine.  As far as drivers goes, I have checked with www.driverguide.com and your not the only one in the same boat.  However the information I received from a different source is the following:

Logicode
              Logicode went out of business in February, and closed their web site in June. Logicode tech support is still available by calling 818-678-1850 or 818-678-1851. Tech support will email drivers and other software to you.

Or I found a site that if you fill in the information they will find the driver for you (at least thats what they say).  http://www.DriversHQ.com/  
Click on "Driver Request, Can't Find It".

Unfortunately, I believe the only way to get the drivers for this modem will be through their tech support numbers.  I tried calling them for you in hopes I could have them email it to me since I am in and around the 818 area code and unfortunately no one answered.  So you will need to keep trying them or just go out and buy you a new modem.



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by:Otta
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Try using the "drivers" for a US Robotics Sportster.
Pick the "regular" modem, not the "winmodem".

Also, open HyperTerminal,
and enter 'AT&F' and report the response.
Enter 'AT&F1', and report the response.
Enter 'ATI0', and report the response.
Enter 'ATI1', and ...
 ...
Enter 'ATI11', and ...
Enter 'ATI12', and ...

Your modem may be "compatible-enough" with the USR modem.
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by:lcl
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I know if you are looking for drivers, there is a site

http://www.windrivers.com/

It has a lot of drivers and it wouldn't be tough searching for a driver as there is a search utility too
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