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Anyone had luck geting a u.s. robotics 56k modem to work, .... with Lindows?

Posted on 2003-11-19
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NUMBER OF MODEMS FOUND = 1
MODEM #1:
PCI CONFIGURATION INFORMATION READ:
VENDOR ID : 12B9
DEVICE ID : 1007
SUBVENDOR ID : 12B9
SUBDEVICE ID : 00C2
REVISION ID : 00

DEDUCED INFORMATION:
VENDOR NAME : UNKNOWN
DEVICE NAME : UNKNOWN
SUBVENDOR NAME : UNKNOWN
MODEM TYPE : HCF
WINXP INBUILD SUPPORT : NO

CJEMUL-35731-M5-E

Analog Devices AD1807/1804

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Chipset data:
Manufacturer
Analog Devices, Inc., a custom chipset for 3Com, based on the ADSP-2189.
Datasheet not available
Applications
Controllerless modem, small footprint
Identifiers
PCI vendor ID: 12B9, PCI device ID: 1007


Components
AD1807 Data Pump
AD1804 Silicon DAA
AD1803 Voice Codec 24-pin TSSOP (optional)

     
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