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Cisco DPC/EPC2100 Cable Modem Drivers


I'm looking for a 64-bit USB Cable Modem driver that works with Vista or Windows 7.

This is my modem:

Cisco DPC/EPC2100 Cable Modem - Support - Cable Modems - Consumer - Cisco

However, none of these drivers seem to work with 64-bit.

I was wondering if there are no drivers available for this specific modem, is there a generic

64-bit USB Cable Modem available that can be used as a replacement? If so, where?

And if I'm happen to be stuck with a 64-bit OS and this modem, is there any other solution

to workaround this problem? Would it be possible to hook up a router so Windows wouldn't

see my cable modem?


View 9 Replies (Posted: Dec 3, 2009)

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