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Voip handset drivers

Pinchy

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I have this VoIP handset which I got when I joined a voip company (around 2 years ago). Now after a year, I left that voip company and went on to another one.

Everything is great, except the handset's keypad and LCD screen dont work with the new softphone. The new company I am with, TPG, just have a generic/standard softphone.


Now, I dont really care about the LCD screen on the handset, but would love to get the keypad working. The actual handset is branded as a "freshtel" handset (my original voip company), but is really just a generic handset with modified drivers to "only" work with the Frestel software.

Is there any way I can get the keypad working?

This is the exact phone, yet branded as something else:
http://images.google.com.au/images?um=1&hl=en&q=Laser+USB+VOIP+AO-USBPH


Thx in adv :)