Originally posted by Paleo Pete:
OK, that's what I wanted to know...HCF...When you uise the Run
box, click the Browse
button and go to the CD, look through the files and find either setup.exe or install.exe.
After reading Reid's reply, I'm not so sure it's a driver problem. I don't recognize consul.exe either, and my connection was at a crawl last night so I didn't try to find it. (Horrible phone lines out here in the sticks...)
Use the Find
option on your start menu and look up the file, it will have the path listed when it's found. See if it's in the folder where your freeserve or libertysurf are installed. That would mean it's related to their software, instead of drivers. In that case, uninstalling and reinstalling the software would be my best guess. You might also check their websites and see if they have anything posted in tech support or FAQ that may help.
Of course, if you've already removed the modem, you still have to reinstall it...See if you can find a readme.txt or readme.1st file on the CD with installation instructions. Notepad should open either, you may have to tell it what to open readme.1st with...Might also be install.txt or something similar, browse around, check all the txt files.