blue screen crash

After some days with my computer crach many times, i had find that the problem for these blue screens (XP) is a modem driver file (ltmdmnt.sys). I have an internal v92 pci modem (Zoom v92 pci), and i've tried to find a driver update from the official site. They ask me what chipset have my modem (this can be find from the modem's serial number), but i'm not sure what is the correct driver file to download. Please, if anyone can help me somehow, my modem is dialup 56k internal pci V92 from Zoom Telephonics, and the serial number of this product is: 1922-Z0780-70-1N-0150
Sorry about my bad English, (i'm from Greece) i'll waiting for any solution if there is any. Thanks a lot.
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dxf224Commented:
1)Freeware to determine modem name ...http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
...http://www.freedownloadscenter.com/Reviews/r847.html        ..(Belarc and Aida 32)

or 2)******* ...check by the fcc # at .....http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid/help.html#top ....**********!!!!!!!

 Drivers to be found at ...      
   driverguide.com....(use the results from belarc or aida32)

USER NAME is: driver   PASSWORD is: all To access the guide, follow these steps:
Step 1: Go to http://www.driverguide.com/ 
Step 2: Click on the member login link.
Step 3: You will be asked for your user name and password.
            (please make sure the user name and password are in lowercase)

.............


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rayt333Commented:
Judging from the serial number you posted then I will guess this drive is the one you need, I know it is not a perfect match but I would bet your modem is an OEM modem and they usally change the model number a little from the retail numbers. (0780=0785)??
http://www.zoom.com/techsupport/dial_up/3030.shtml

Or my second "guess" would be this one:
http://www.zoom.com/techsupport/dial_up/3025n.shtml
I say maybe because of the "N" in the serial number.


I would try them in order of the top one first and if no joy then try the bottom one.
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