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I have a client with a Dynalink (?!) 56K modem.  He wants to send faxes, but the modem was part of a internet connection pack and didn't come with a booklet.

He previously had a US Robotics 14.4 internal and now the init string for the fax softwar he uses isn't native to the Dynalink thing.

So what I am looking for is a generic init string for faxmodems or a dynalink specific init string.

Thanks,
Gryphon
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This is a default Dynalink string.
AT&F&W&W1&Y

Here is site for new drivers that will replace the string with the default
http://www.askey.com.tw/drivers/ready.html
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This is a default Dynalink string.
AT&F&W&W1&Y

Here is site for new drivers that will replace the string with the default
http://www.askey.com.tw/drivers/ready.html


FAQ 's
http://www.askey.com.tw/faq/Welcome.html
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