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Old 07-21-2007, 08:40 AM
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Default Intel Ham V92 modem help

I have installed an Intel Ham V92 Voice Fax Data modem - PCI type and have
set up Windows fax printer. Going through precisely the same routine as my
Win fax fitted system, I cannot send a fax. Within 2 seconds or less from it
initialising it reports back Dialling **********, There is no answer. It all
seems too quick. I have it set to wait for dialling tone in fact tried both
settings but same results with each. I have also tried using AT D in front
of numbers in the fax address book but again no go.

Using Windows HyperTerminal I can ring numbers using the pre digits AT D and
it does work. I can also input all the check AT codes and the modem reports
back all as OK. So I think I can rule out a faulty modem.

So what's happening with the fax printer side.

I have a similar set up on another desktop which has a Lucent Win Modem and
it works fine. As far as I recall all I did was set up the Win Fax printer
and away it faxed.

anyone with a similar system set up that can please assist.




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Old 07-21-2007, 10:19 AM
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"Yes Baby" <2468@never2latebtinternet.com> wrote in message
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>I have installed an Intel Ham V92 Voice Fax Data modem - PCI type and have
>set up Windows fax printer. Going through precisely the same routine as my
>Win fax fitted system, I cannot send a fax. Within 2 seconds or less from
>it initialising it reports back Dialling **********, There is no answer. It
>all seems too quick. I have it set to wait for dialling tone in fact tried
>both settings but same results with each. I have also tried using AT D in
>front of numbers in the fax address book but again no go.
>
> Using Windows HyperTerminal I can ring numbers using the pre digits AT D
> and it does work. I can also input all the check AT codes and the modem
> reports back all as OK. So I think I can rule out a faulty modem.
>
> So what's happening with the fax printer side.
>
> I have a similar set up on another desktop which has a Lucent Win Modem
> and it works fine. As far as I recall all I did was set up the Win Fax
> printer and away it faxed.
>
> anyone with a similar system set up that can please assist.
>
>
>




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