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OS 10.3 - OS 10.3.9 ready for V.92?


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I am still back la la land with my OS X 10.3.9 dial-up (G3 iBook). I'm using the V.90 protocol, but my adventuresome self has begun to wonder about V.92!

Would someone kindly advise how I can move up one modem notch to V.92? ? Would it be practical on my ancient machine?

Thank you up front for your thoughts.
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