Okay. Asked and now answered. Over at: http://winmodem.sugar-river.net/list.htm
under the topic of "Generic Drivers For Rockwell HCF Modems" is where
I got the zip file: http://winmodem.sugar-river.net/drivers/hcfv135.zip
From that, I installed "Rockwell HCF 56K Data Fax PCI Modem" and I got a
respectible 45333 bps and I was able to turn the modem sound off which I
couldn't do with the Windows generic 33.6k modem driver.
I had to do a manual install where I had to tell the installation wizard
"No, I want to select the hardware from a list."
and "Don't detect my modem; I'll select it from a list."
It's late, but I *think* I got the basic sequence for the install:
open up "Control Panel"
click "Add New Hardware"
click "No, I want to select the hardware from a list"
click "Don't detect my modem; I'll select it from a list."
click "Have Disk"
And find the directory where you unzipped the contents of the
aforementioned zip file, etc., etc. and then finish up.
You'll have to go into your "Dial-Up Networking" and change the dialers
so the modem is the "Rockwell HCF 56K Data Fax PCI Modem."
You may want to keep the "Standard 33600 bps Modem"
go into "Dial-Up Networking"
right click on your dialer
and under "Connect Using"
select "Rockwell HCF 56K Data Fax PCI Modem"
(Before clicking "Okay" you could click "Configure" so you
can turn off the "Speaker Volume.")
The folks with the Webplayer modification websites should
snag the modem driver for posting at their websites.
I'm happy since my webplayer's modem is dialing out a little faster now.