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  1.    13 Jan 2016 #11
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 1706 (CU build 15063.674)

    Well, I'm not 100% sure, but there could be a utility to send faxes over an ADSL line without the need for a modem-fax. Isn't there any utility? Or is there any way to send them though the Internet? Another solution is a multifunction printer with FAX function. In some models you can even "print" to the respective virtual FAX printer and create a FAX directly from Word or other applications. I can do that with my HP Photosmart C7280 All in One.
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  2.    30 Sep 2016 #12
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    Forgot to update this thread. The driver has actually been working fine for a while before the Win10 anniversary update.... then I had to do it all over again to make it work once again after the update. Here is the procedure: (for my own reference more than anything else as it seems no one else in this world is using a PCI-based faxmodem card anymore )

    1. Download driver via link provided in post #3 of this thread
    2. Put the system into test mode per instructions provided in post #3 (will need to reboot, remember to disable fast startup first)
    3. Install the driver UNDER DEVICE MANAGER by clicking on the driver tab of the device then 'update driver...'
    4. You will still be greeted with a message that says driver unsigned. After installing, go figure out which file(s) are unsigned by clicking on the 'driver details' button
    5. For each of the unsigned file(s), use the tool 'driver signature enforcement overrider' (link provided in post #9), select 'sign a system file', then sign each of the file(s) in question
    6. Reboot. Enjoy using the device.
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  3.    01 Oct 2016 #13
    Join Date : Sep 2015
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 1706 (CU build 15063.674)

    Quote Originally Posted by seemebreakthis View Post
    Forgot to update this thread. The driver has actually been working fine for a while before the Win10 anniversary update.... then I had to do it all over again to make it work once again after the update. Here is the procedure: (for my own reference more than anything else as it seems no one else in this world is using a PCI-based faxmodem card anymore )1. Download driver via link provided in post #3 of this thread2. Put the system into test mode per instructions provided in post #3 (will need to reboot, remember to disable fast startup first)3. Install the driver UNDER DEVICE MANAGER by clicking on the driver tab of the device then 'update driver...'4. You will still be greeted with a message that says driver unsigned. After installing, go figure out which file(s) are unsigned by clicking on the 'driver details' button5. For each of the unsigned file(s), use the tool 'driver signature enforcement overrider' (link provided in post #9), select 'sign a system file', then sign each of the file(s) in question6. Reboot. Enjoy using the device.
    Thanks for sharing. An easy way to enter the Advanced Boot menu is to hold SHIFT and restart your computer. It will restart directly to the Advanced Boot menu so you can choose the "Do not force driver signature" option (I think this is 7).
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