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Old 08-30-2004, 02:54 PM   #1
Nodren
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base address and port address


i am attemting to install drivers for my 56k, which is an ISA modem, i found the drivers and they said for the ISA version of the modem to use Forced Parameters, asking for IRQ(which i have) and Base address and Port Address.

which look something like 0x2f8

where would i find this information on my Modem?
 
  


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