Audio Modem Riser

  malarky 20:14 26 Jun 2003
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My motherboards BIOS has 'AC97 support for Modem'. Does this mean that the board has a built-in Modem that just needs to be connected? It also has 'AC97 support for audio' which gives me sound. Can anyone shed any light on this?

  Bodi 21:38 26 Jun 2003

but at least this will bump your thread to the top again.

The AC97 support for modem, methinks, refers to a modem inserted into the AMR slot (have forgotten the correct name, but sometimes made by the motherboard manufacturers). The second reference is for your on-board sound.

If I'm wrong, someone will no doubt correct me.

Bodi

If I recall is not an AMR an Audio Modem Riser and basically give the connection for the telephone line to the PC, the "Real" modem being a software modem running from Windows?

If you motherboard has a small (perhaps 3cm) brown slot just above or below the graphics then this is the AMR. Buy a AMR card and you should find it has a software program that acts as the modem.

Alternatively, V92 modems can be had from Dabs or Ebuyer for as little as £10.

  AdeJ 21:52 26 Jun 2003

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