Best fax modem when connected to broadband

  alfieb 22:48 03 Aug 04
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Our current fax modem on our PC is Conexant SoftK56 Modem(M) running on Windows XP. We recently went over to Broadband with our local cable supplier, Telewest, and we no longer seem to be able to use the fax (The fact we can't find the original floppy that came with it doesn't help either). I have just tried to find the drivers but admit to being confused whether I can download them as there is a "Download at your own risk" warning to the side of the screen. I think when the modem was fitted we were operating on Windows 98. Before I download does anyione know which one is best. The site I went to is click here as this seems to be the only one that came to life after a search on Yahoo.

  harps1h 23:01 03 Aug 04

was the modem working on xp before you got bb. also as far as i know you have to connect to the net using the modem to enable you to use the fax facility. i'm sure someone will correct me if i'm wrong

  hillybilly 23:10 03 Aug 04

If you are using any fax software it will have to go out through analouge fax/modem card. This will not work without the drivers and it does not have to have a internet connection to use the fax.

All these download sites give a warning just to cover themselves, but as previously asked were you using the this fax modem with xp before you had b/b?

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