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Should I install my own internal modem?

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I recently bought a new HP desktop that came with a Lucent V90 fax modem.  My previous computer had a Zoom V90 fax modem that I can install in the new computer if it makes sense.  Is there any advantage to using one or the other?
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cycraymond earned 50 total points
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both are the same based on the specification.... So my opinion is, there is no different which one use choose to install.... What I can suggest is, sell off one of them to someone... maybe  your friend.  and use the other one.  Which one should you sell?  Well, how do you feel about the old modem performance?  If it is good then keep it or else sell it....

Thank for reading my suggestion
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