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Credit Card Modem 56 - is it compatible with Windows XP?

Credit Card Modem 56 - is it compatible with Windows XP?

Credit Card Modem 56 - is it compatible with Windows XP?

(OP)
Before upgrading my laptop to windows xp, I would appreciate if someone can advise me whether the Xircom Credit Card 56T is compatible with Windows XP?

thanks in advance,

Josh

RE: Credit Card Modem 56 - is it compatible with Windows XP?

Josh,

according to http://support.intel.com/support/peripherals/xc/XPsupport.htm drivers for this modem are included in windows xp so it should be a breeze!
Note however, that if this does not work, there is no support from xircom (intel) :D

RE: Credit Card Modem 56 - is it compatible with Windows XP?

(OP)
Only modem part of my Xircom RealPort CardBus Ethernet 10/100+Modem 56 is working in Windows XP.
Ive changed something like 3 cards suspecting this could be a faulty hardware,result is - useless!
Reinstaller drivers, all the same thing! It says, This decive cannot start. (Code 10)
For this moment, im looking to book a support for this issue as ive spent a few days looking for an answer on the web.
Normunds

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