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Hi everybody,

I had an 14K external Boca modem installed on my NT4.0 machine and was working perfectly. I wanted to change to an internal 56K modem (Creative DI5655), but after several hours of hard work I realized that I can't.

Please tell me the proper way to install an internal modem on an NT machine. I will be more than grateful.

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I'm assuming so. I have Win2000 and that detects it, and if not, just go to the Add/Remove Hardware Wizard. And considering Win2000 is built on NT technology, I assume it'll work.

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No, Windows NT is not plug and play. That's an improvement in Windows 2000. Windows NT can be tricky when it comes to hardware installation. You need to purchase a modem that explicitly states it works on Windows NT. I don't have a Windows NT computer here at the moment, but I'm not entirely sure there's an Add Hardware Wizard available on Windows NT. There should be instructions with the modem on how to install it under Windows NT.
 
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