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Where I can find MS-DOS drivers for PROLINK or Roskwell modems?

 
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Generally you don't need drivers to use a modem in DOS. If you have a modem that requires windows, then the only way to use it is under a dos box in windows, and you can't use it in real dos at all.
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myqlG earned 10 total points
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when I need drivers I try here first:
www.drivershq.com
(its book marked in my system..so maybe its driverhq)

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