Captain, I would love to help you out on this one. There is nothing I like better than chasing down obscure drivers for obscure hardware :confused:
I've been pounding search engines and my entire stash of links to hardware sites (there are several hundred) to no avail. The name "connectix" does not appear to be connected to any type of modem chipset whatsoever.
You didn't say if the modem is a chipset on the m/b or a physical card modem. Did you build this computer or is it a pre-built. If pre-built the company who made it must have a website with a support section for drivers. If they do, download the NT drivers. Quite often they will work in 2000.
Look very carefully at the chipset on the modem. Dollar whores to doughnuts the actual guts were made by somebody other than connectix. Take the modem chipset number and do a search on that. Find the most recent types of modems using that chipset and use their NT or 2000 .inf's until you get one that works.
If that strategy doesn't help, try manually installing generic modems in the add modem area. You might get lucky. You have to look at device manager or some util to see what IRQ and com port the thing is sitting on.
Final solution if nothing else works, is to blow $50 on a internal 56K V.90 USR that works straight out of the box.
BTW - what exactly is "revence"? A close cousin to "revenge"?
I prefer mine quite hot and messy.