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I'm possibly going to sell an old computer of mine for cheap to someone, and as this town has a lot of people on dial up, I figure I might as well stick one of my old PCI Modem cards in the computer to insure that they can connect to the internet. However, the card I'm looking at has a four pin port on it, and I don't know what it's for. I don't believe it's for power, and I don't know what else it could be for.
 

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Is it on the PCB (like a black port similar to what might be found on a sound card)? I remember my one of my dial-up modems had one of those, so I might be able to recall what it was for.
 

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What modem is it? If you don't know, can you provide a pic?
 

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it's a speaker terminal.
 
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