WindowsMe will support older Win9x drivers. Note that Compaq softpaqs may work only if you keep the Compaq pre-loaded Windows and drivers: PCTel sells softmodem business to Conexant. We have seen this happen with a few systems and it is apparently an incompatibility with the OS, motherboard, and the modem. This will cause the modem to ignore a DTR drop: To rectify this annoyance, add the latter response and assign the following data to it:
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Modems based upon these chipsets can be made for notebook computers as well as other non-PCI form factors. Do you own a PTCtel modem?
Here’s a Win9x registry hack from Franc Zabkar that results in the diagnostic information being written to the modemlog immediately prior to hangup: I did NOT check the box to ignore further calls during session. Conexant already made a full line of hardware and software modem chipsets, and acquired license to PCTel modem patents for Conexant products.
Recent Microcom firmware should support V.
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However, to decipher this info there mocem two freeware utilities: While these modems will get 56k connects, there are more interoperability problems with these modems – and you should check to see if a new driver is available for your modem. I think it’s unlikely that Conexant will continue to develop 2 lines of chipsets: Most of the vendors that make modems with these chipsets also make other models using other chipsets. The pages on this site include the appropriate commands for PCTel modems.
Ideally, people should compile the kernel immediately prior to compiling modules to ensure success. TaicomLectronand Zoltrix. Max Hopper in Ireland reports being frustrated with garbled Modemlog output and too much time on his hands – and came up with discovery that adding 2 registry keys enables Unimodem.
This cannot be done using DUNs. Possible workaround – disable data compression for the modem. You can do this in the DUNs Connectoid. Richard writes to BestData: In the case of Win2K and XP, UD info is automatically written to the modemlog with at least some of the drivers see last note belowso a hack is not required. WindowsMe will support older Win9x drivers.
Another workaround is to limit the PCTel modem to a PCTel made only HSP host signal processor – softmodem modem chipsets – purchased by 3rd-party manufacturers that make the actual modems. See Conexant Press Release.
To rectify this annoyance, add the latter response and assign the following data to it: If the modem has already been installed, it shoud be possible to change the appropriate key in the registry. HKR, Properties, 1, 80,01,00,00, ff,00,00,00, ff,00,00,00, 00,00,00,00, 0f,00,00,00, f7, 07 ,00,00, 00,c2,01,00, C0,DA,00,00 HKR, Properties, 1, 80,01,00,00, ff,00,00,00, ff,00,00,00, 00,00,00,00, 0f,00,00,00, f7, 0f ,00,00, 00,c2,01,00, C0,DA,00,00 The above properties has 8 double words of 4 bytes each each byte represented by a 2-character hexadecimal code separated with comma in “little endian” format or ‘backwards’ – the least significant byte being first.
We have seen this happen with a few systems and it is apparently an incompatibility with the OS, motherboard, and the modem. Exit regedit The aforementioned hack will cause lines such as the following to be appended to the end of every modemlog: Modem-on-hold is ‘built-in’ to the earlier V.
The PCT uses 2 small chips to provide a programmable interface to the telephone line, and does not use relays, transformers, or opto-isolator which makes this a very low cost modem. Do you have a modem-related question?
PCTel Chipset Modems
However, the diagnostic information is lost when you disconnect the modem. This can be corrected by editing the. Or it could include both, for compatibility with other modems, or with future driver releases.
This feature appears to have been introduced with Win2K.