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USRobotics Sportster Model 0484

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I have a card that claims to be model 0484, and the only place I have been able to track down any reference to it at all is one in passing on a Linux tutorial -- does anyone know where I can get some Windows 95 drivers for it?  Is it a WinModem?
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by:oldgreyguy
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could this be a 840xxx, if not can you describe the modem:

internal/external/pcmcia
pci/isa bus

any other identifying numbers?
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by:Otta
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Install the modem into a computer, and install it in Windows as a "standard" modem, then use:

Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Modems -> Diagnostics -> (select) -> More Info

and report what is displayed both "before" and "after" you click 'More Info'.
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by:patrickpeeters
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here is a driver for windows 95 OSR2 for all US Robotics Sportsters modems : ftp://ftp.usr.com/usr/dl09/wm114osr.exe
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by:remibrom
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I don't think it is an 840xxx, but I could be wrong.  I think it is an OEM Winmodem, but again, I am nowhere near sure.  On the modem is a sticker that sort of conforms to USR's stickers for serial numbers, that has "220ZB2897P8V 80-661749-81 R:2" on it.  FCC Reg # is "CJEUSA-20778-MM-E".  There is an Industry Canada sticker on it that has "550 6345 A" on it.  The modem has a label on it, identifying it as an OEM product, and the label has "1.028.041-00" on it.  Also, printed on the card right about the "Product Rev." is "1.012.0484-A".

Thanks
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by:remibrom
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Ooops forgot to say that it is an internal ISA card.
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by:remibrom
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Ooops forgot to say that it is an internal ISA card.
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by:oldgreyguy
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here is the link for the correct drivers:

http://consumer.3com.com/oem/filelibrary/index.html


it is a 56K modem, and if it has jumpers on it you have a great modem and it definitely not a WINMODEM
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why did you award the points already? Did you get your answer?
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