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I trying to use two External Modems USB in Windows 2003 Server.

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I trying connect two modems USB interface in Windows 2003 STD edition.

But i have a loot of probles.... Blues screens and CPU helds.

if i connect a single modem dont have probles, all begins when connect a second  modem. The problems that present are the followings.

if I create a new connection for internet the problems appear when it tries to open the port. The modem can spend long time trying to open it. If I cancel the operation the computer helds and I must reinitiate the system.

A single a modem works good.

So I need connect two or more modems to activate RAS service.
Exist a special USB Extenal modem to do this?

I am using Hayes USB external modem Accura V.92.
Windows 2003 STD. edtion
M. Board D865PERL.
1 GB RAM Kingston.
Procesor Intel 4 3.2 Ghz. Hyper T.
Two USB Cards VIA.
And Two Modems Hayes accura V.92 USB external.
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Most of the USB modem are Winmodems (or controllerless modems) and as such will not work like you need them to.
Each modem requires the full attention of Windows and they can not be used when system has to share resources between two attached winmodems.
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