Modem Drivers

Where can I get a driver for a Texas Instruments  56K PnP modem NVR...

I've tried the TI Site, like the needle in a haystack.
Thanks in advance
jfairleyAsked:
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swcoleConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Simplicity in the finest form. Go the www.56K.com and click on "Who made my modem?" Follow the instructions and it will lead you to the drivers. Been there, done that.
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oldgreyguyCommented:
the TI site is rather blahhhhhhhhh

Is this a TI modem, or is it a modem with TI chips onboard.

bill
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kschangCommented:
TI does not make modems... They make CHIPSETS for the modems. You'll need to find the model number, or FCC number, to identify the actual manufacturer. On the other hand, I seem to recall that these are usually USR compatible, and Windows should detect them as standard modems. If not, use the USR 56K and see what happens.
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OttaCommented:
What is the 'FCC ID' (printed onto a gummy-label,
which is attached to the back of the modem) ??

This will identify your modem,
and lead us to a specific web-site.

If the "generic" drivers do work,
start HyperTerminal, and send 'ATH3' and 'ATI0' and 'ATI3'
to the modem,
and tell us the responses you get.
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jfairleyAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the info, it still took me a bit of finding out thought.

Thanks again..
John
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