Believe it or not, this driver works for the Alcatel Speed Touch PC Internal ADSL modem (PC NIC card) that the manufacturer has not developed a driver for on XP. It will tell you that it is not XP certified, but it works for me. It will also rename your modem, but a rose (modem)by any other name is still a rose. I think the key is it matches the 1483 Bridged Ethernet designation. I just unzipped it to desktop and specified the driver location during driver update procedure. The people at SWBell do not even know it exists. I spent two hours with them trying upgrade the driver. I took a chance when I installed a non-certifed driver, but I didn't want to blow another wad of cash on another modem. I hope it helps others similarly situated.
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|DSL/1483wXP/DllMapi6.exe||138.8 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/DllMapi8.exe||211.5 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/NETITEX.INF||17.7 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/DllMapi2.exe||133.1 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/AdslCfg.ini||2.5 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/UInsADSL.exe||34.3 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/DllMapi7.exe||148.0 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/ReadMe.htm||4.3 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/UnInst.exe||202.2 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/MapiIcon.ex_||199.7 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/MapiDrv.dl_||195.9 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/NdiNt5.dll||27.0 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/1483wXP/ITEX95A2.SY_||219.8 KB||10 Jun 2002|
|DSL/Desktop.ini||77 bytes||10 Jun 2002|