>What problem are you having when trying to install a new modem?
>That modem comes in both PCI and the old ISA buses. (pci=white slots, ISA=black slots)
>That's not an old ISA modem is it?
>Look at the chipset on it. Do you see Lucent, etc?
Aparently IBM does not support older equipment drivers.
The original modem is uninstalled because everytime I reboot the computer start the modem installation wizard for an LT Win modem.
When I installed a brand new modem on the motherboard's PCI slot. It attemps to connect for about 5 seconds then it disconnects without a sound, then nothing happens. I did check all the settings but not the interrupts, don't know what to do with interrupts.
The original modem is an ISA model and there are two wires that connect to the motherboard. One looks like a sound cable, not sure what the other one is.
The chipset does say Lucent and GVS and a bunch of numbers which my research turned out empty except for the P/N
Like I mentioned before I found a driver associated with the modem's part number at DriverGuide.com. This driver turned out to be a update driver, therefore unusable.
Any other information or solution will be appreciated.
Edited by gmobcc, 28 March 2006 - 02:03 PM.