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Need a modem for Dell Poweredge 1900 no PCI slots.

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Hello,

Need a modem for Dell Power Edge 1900 Windows 2003 with no PCI slots only PCI express. Not against external. Dell was no help.

Any suggestions.
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charlestasse earned 500 total points
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US Robotics USB Modem, works every time
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Any problems with 2003 server?
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Zoom and USRobotics both make PCI Express V.92 modem cards
But TBH I'd go with the USB external also.
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Used US Robotics USB with 2003 many times, no issues
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Awesome..Thanks for the info...
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