I have installed a new win98 installation on my hard disk and everything seem's to work except for the dial-up part.
If I try to dial up I get always the same fault = 560 (I think it was) anyway it says that there is no modem answer and I should try to put the power on and off).
But I have a internal US robotics modem and as far as I have test it I have No collisions in the system and I can use the hyperterminal to send a AT kommand to the modem.
If I try under control panel -> modem and choose 'more info' Then you get alot of data from the modem, the configuration and some more stuff.
As far as I understand The modem is working and allsow the TAPI because I get the answer from the modem when I choose more info. By the way I have tryed to install it several times both the modem (with PnP and the hard way, choosing av port)and the hole win98 but it is allways the same result, any suggestions ?
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