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Xircom RealPort CardBus Ethernet 10/100 + Modem 56 driver for Windows XP.

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I am using "Xircom RealPort(TM) CardBus Ethernet 10/100 + Modem 56" with my Dell Latitude CPx H500 Laptop, having operating system of Windows XP. I get disconnected after a short interval of time when I connect to Internet via Dial Up. I have checked each and every option/property for dial up setting and everything seems ok, but still I am facing this disconnecting problem.
I couldnt find a proper driver for Windows XP, kindly tell me if you know where to download it. Thanks
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Can you maybe give the error your pc gives you when it disconnects you maybe its not a modem problem at all amybe you got a isp problem you never know :)
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I tried with 2 or 3 different ISPs and got the same problem. Maybe some compability problme of Modem with Windows XP, who knows :)
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There is a flash/software update for your card. Try also to update your drivers.
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