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SavagePaladin
03-22-03, 06:02 PM
Apparently they actually upgraded the drivers! So now you can update those drivers from late 2001 that work sporadically! Finally!

....whoop de do. I'm not sure I care anymore. But someone might.

The Baron
03-22-03, 06:37 PM
What in the monkey is a DI5633?

Starscream
03-22-03, 09:02 PM
It's a V92 modem.

SavagePaladin
03-22-03, 11:04 PM
That would often refuse to dial out and lock your computer for a minute in the process.

Yep.

Dazz
03-25-03, 10:44 AM
Ahhh yeah i remember now i had one quite a while back the when disconnecting from the net then later on connecting to the net would crash the computer lmao, no matter now as i have been on cable for a year tomarrow :) i forgot how slow dial up was!!

Gator
03-26-03, 08:09 AM
good to know, thanks

(not that I use my modem much these days but still :D )

digitalwanderer
03-26-03, 12:11 PM
Uhm........is that also referred to as a "Creative Blaster 90v" or something? 'Cause I just got a PC delivered here today with an old one of 'em in it and I ain't never heard of it and I find this just too extremely coincidental to be coincidence......... (I gots me weird luck this way. ;) )

SavagePaladin
03-26-03, 02:32 PM
It's a v92 actually <g> but it's a specific model, not the generic retail model

Akucaen
03-27-03, 06:44 PM
That 'special' v92 modem hosed a 2k & 2 XP installs. I went and bought the generic 'Broadexant' v92 modem (lost my old one in a storm), and it worked.

The broadexant (creative) modem I have now is one chip revision behind the Creative-branded one. Heh. Guess Creative has more trouble than just their drivers, lol.