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Modem' Speakers Volume

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I'm using tapi and Comm API. I would like to know how could I set my modem' speakers volume to zero.
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by:bigsami
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by:jlove1
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issue the AT command.
ATL0M0

There ya go.
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by:bigsami
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Not by AT Commands. I want to write using TAPI or Comm API ( Using the Visual C++)
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by:jlove1
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I'll look it up fer ya, but I've never understood the theory behind using a driver whenever you can easily do the exact same thing.
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by:kmrussell
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The modem sounds are dependent upon what commands and modes you sent to it. The extra settings AT commands are additional modes you can set to the modem. Do want to change the driver itself? What exactly are you trying to do?
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by:bigsami
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I'm trying to set the modem's speakers' volume to zero using the Win32 API, Telephony API & Comm API ( GetCommProperties, MODEMSETTINGS... )
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by:Otta
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I agree with "jlove1".
Get your software to send the 'ATL0' string to the modem.
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des4218 earned 150 total points
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send the atm0 command to the modem
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by:Otta
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DES4218:  your answer (use 'M0') has already been REJECTED
(when JLOVE1 proposed 'L0M0').

Obviously, BIGSAMI is looking for some "other" answer.
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by:jclanz
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This question is not answered correctly. How to do this really with TAPI functions ?
Jean-Claude.
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