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I am trying to disable the modem on a modem/game port/sound card.  The modem chipset is Rockwell brand.  It is a 14k modem.  The card is a standard one in a HP Vectra 500 series.  The problem is that I am installing a US Robotics 56K modem and a program that runs on the computer doesn't know what to do if it has 2 modems.

Can anyone help?

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omry_y earned 50 total points
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Assuming you run windows, did you try to disable or remove the modem in the device maneger (My computer->control panel->system-> device maneger)
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> trying to disable the modem on a modem/game port/sound card.

Take a close look at that card.
Look for small, black, jumpers, which are used to configure each device.

Reset the jumpers to 'COM3' or 'COM4', and then install the USR modem as 'COM2'.
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by:The_one_and_only_Joker
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I disabled the device.

Thanks
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