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Old 10-27-2005, 12:39 PM   #1
bcal
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ADSL modem (USB) driver


Hi folks,

I've just had broadband installed, which works very nicely under winXP, but obviously I'd like to get the modem working on the FC3 side of the dual-boot also. The modem I have (got for free from a friend) is the Roper Webeasy ADSL modem, USB connection rather than ethernet or wireless.

So, does anyone know if there is either a specific driver for this (unlikely as I've done a lot of googling and visited the manufacturer's site), or a generic driver that I can use to get it working? Or do I just need to do some configuring of FC3 itself? (the connection wizard didn't seem to like it.) The actual driver for winxp was supplied by Well Communication Corporation and I've tried their site without success also.

Many thanks as always...
 
  


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