Actually in windows it will ... because without the w/modem software the
port doesn't actually exist in the first place ... no UART etc
Once you can see the port, if it's a winmodem, it'll look like a normal
modem anyway ... it's getting it to see it as a serial port is the biggest
> -----Original Message-----
> If you go straight to the com port, rather than through the modem driver,
> a winmodem probably wouldn't respond properly.
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