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|Posted - 1/24/2002 11:09:52 PM |
Here's the history of my problem. Couple of weeks back, a high voltage entered the phone line and zapped my modem. So I got another working modem and it gave an error that there was no dial-tone.
So I says to myself, get a new modem. So I get me a new internal modem (PCI 56kbps). This time it gave me a Port Already Open error. Hmm. Perhaps there could be an IRQ conflict. There isn't. It got installed at COM3. There wasn't any other back ground programs running. I figure there must be some registry problem and until now haven't thought about the telephon.ini file scenario. Anyways, I reinstall my OS (it's Windows NT service Pack 4). And.... still the same error.
Now, I'm not sure if my mother board is gone. But before I give it for servicing has anyone come across this problem? I reheally wanna fix this prob.
Thanks a lot!
|Posted - 1/24/2002 11:20:47 PM |
The actual DUNS error is 633: The port is already in use or is not configured for Remote Access dialout.
|Posted - 1/25/2002 10:44:02 AM |
The old modem may not be uninstalled properly.
Check Add/Remove programs;
Check Control Panel->Modems;
Check Control Panel->System->Device Manager.
Completely remove all modems and start over.
What kind of modems did you have in the machine before, and what kind do you have now?
|Posted - 1/26/2002 9:17:48 AM |
My first modem was an external 33.6KBPS BOCA modem. I now have a motorola chipset 56 kbps internal modem. Don't forget, I reinstalled my OS after trying out the DUN after another working modem!
|Posted - 1/26/2002 12:44:45 PM |
Yes, I guess my prior suggestions not relevant - sorry.
Motorola SM56 is one of the worst choices you could make for a modem.
If you don't have the Data/Fax without voice model, forget it with NT. If you do, you may not be installing the modem correctly...
|Posted - 2/14/2002 6:39:44 AM |
I think i have a similar problem. My SM56 speaker phone stopped working afetr I decided to format and resintall my PC (win98, 64RAM, K6-2 233MHz). I got 3 things now: the PC restarts when i try to communicate with the modem; Fatal Errors Blue Screen (Vxd 0D or Vxd 0E); or "Cannot open the Communication Port" windows message. This one doesnt make me reboot the machine.
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