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Modem's ocassional problems

Posted on 1997-12-08
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I am using a E-tech PCMCIA 33.6 Modem with my notebook in Win95, but sometimes when I try to connect, the computer said the modem have no response, so I need to unplug it and then plug it in again, it works. But sometimes, when I choose disconncet from Dial up Networking, after that, my phone have some strange noise. So I need to plug out the modem again and then plug it back in. I had add AT&F&C1&D2 on the extra setting in my connection. But still like that.
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One thing you can do is in your disconnect string issue  "atz^M"

This should force the modem to reset.
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