A few weeks ago there was a storm in my area and the power was knocked out. When I turned my computer on and tried to log on to the internet I got the message that the modem couldn't detect a dial tone. The only way that I can log on to the internet now is if I manually take the phone off the hook and leave it off the entire time that I am on the internet. The main problem with this is that I loose my internet connection quite frequently. I have a HP Pavilion6630 computer with a Conexant softK56 pci modem. Could you give me any suggestions? I have already reinstalled the modem drivers and then I reinstalled all of the original system software. I have contacted the phone company and discovered that there is no problem with the service, and I have put a brand new telephone cord on the computer. I have tried unpluging the phone and having the computer the only thing on the line and nothing seems to work.
Thanks for your time.
You can remove the check from wait for dial tone before dialing in the modem properties screen. An initialation string to use for no dial tone is x3. This will force your modem to dial in the case that
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