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This is totally a stumper to me... I got a new modem to use for a build for my friends computer, and he decided that he didn't want one right now, so I decided to use it. After all, the modem was free anyway, and better than my previous one, seeing as it supports V.92. Anyway, I loaded the drivers and everything, and when I attempted to dial up to my ISP in Windows 2000, my dialer froze when 'initializing modem.' I did a little bit of checking... no IRQ, or resource conflicts. It should be working perfectly. So I tried it on a Windows 98 install, and it works. This is rather puzzling. The modem in Windows 2000 is on COM3, and I can't change it because it freezes every time I attempt to do so.