I have a Pentium 200Mhz (Compaq) which I have just found out doesn't have the MMX extensions.
No big deal to me, except I have been trying to install an internal modem which has the Conexant chipset.
I've installed this on an AMD Duron 700, which I didn't think had the Intel MMX extensions, and all was fine. The drivers I used on the Duron aren't available to me right now.
I've found drivers using the FCC ID, but they all want the MMX extension CPU.
but when I use the drivers I've found for this computer I get an "Installation failed - No MMX enabled CPU found" error.
I don't need advanced multimedia out of the darned modem, just good fast data and fax will do.
As for the modem I can't give the brand, just the specs & FCC ID:
Internal, 56K, data, voice, fax, PCI modem
FCC ID: H52PT-3515
And what is an HSF modem? this seems to really confuse the system. I have no idea if this is an HSF modem in any case.
all the best