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MDP 3858V-WE PCI modem driver

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I'm looking for a Win '98 or '95 modem driver. The chipset is from Rockwell, and the modem is from Aztech systems and is the
MDP 3858V-WE. I can find drivers for all the other 3858 versions, but not this one. Except at a site from Quantex, which does not work correctly.
Thanks very much.

Cheers

John ;-)
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I am assuming you have already tried the file "DISK5135.EXE" which is the MDP3858 Install Disk for Windows 95/98 from Aztech's site?

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I give you the links for the drivers, then without any comment you try to delete the question? Is this very fair??
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I am grateful for the links that have been given. I'm sorry for the unfairness - I haven't used this system before, and couldn't figure out how to give comments. Unfortunately none of the links are for my exact modem - but I'm guessing that only Quantex (who supplied the modem) use that version of it or something. The drivers at the sites you gave links to, do get the modem to work, and I thank you for you effort in supplying them. I should have accepted one earlier, but I was holding out for the specific one. I will accept them now, and I hope I have done it right. If not then I appologise again, and will try again.

Sorry for the confunsion.

Cheers
John
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