|Sure. To go even further, download everything hp has available to burn on a cd...you never know when that information will disappear from hp support.|
That machine was made for Win98 and as they say on the hp support site, W2K is not supported. That however, doesn't mean drivers you need don't exist somewhere. I move a lot of old machines from Win9x to W2K or set 'em up to dual boot Win98Se and Widows 2000; drivers are usually available for both OS's from the manufacturers but sometimes I have to dig deeper to find working drivers.
As I recall, simply installing the Rockwell Riptide drivers will get your modem up and running. I still have one in the garage and it installed just fine in an old Dell PII/400 machine I had set up to dual boot 98Se and W2K.
Let us know if you have any problems.