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ibook can't find the modem


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I have an ibook that I've been using just fine until recently.

I tried to transfer my Faxing application from my ibook to my desktop and I must have dumped some important files on the process.

The problem:
The computer can't find the modem. Well, even when I look for it using search I can't find the modem (it finds the Mac OS9 modem under the control panels) but nothing on the OSX.

How can I restore this?
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