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  • Modem Problem in XP

    :hammer:

    Argh!

    I have an Aztech MDP3858V-E modem and am trying to use it in XP. According to Aztech, generic drivers must be used in XP.

    The problem lies when I boot up my PC, the modem opens my phone line and leaves it open! - A bit like taking the phone off the hook.

    Can anyone help please?

  • #2
    You are probably going to have to figure out what program is trying to call out. It may even be Windows trying to phone home. You may find it in task manager or you may have to check event logs to figure it out. Once you know what it is, it will be easier to fix.

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    • #3
      The solution cost 15.

      A new modem....

      I couldnt wait around forever for Aztech to respond. Cheers for you assistance anyway...

      Now.. does anyone know how to fax using broadband cable....??

      :bounce:

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      • #4
        Originally posted by djsnorth

        Now.. does anyone know how to fax using broadband cable....??

        :bounce:
        I would like to know that too...:bounce:
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        • #5
          I havn't found one in 2.5yrs so the old dailup modem is still useful here. ;)
          <center>:cheers:</center>

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          • #6
            Originally posted by asklepios
            I would like to know that too...:bounce:
            http://www.efax.com

            http://www.tpc.int/tpc_home.html

            http://www.faxaway.com/

            There are many others too.

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            • #7
              I don't know but I think I'll leave the dailup modem connected somehow as it seems far more practical for me.
              <center>:cheers:</center>

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