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I have formatted the HDD and re-loaded win98 on a PC All is well except that the modem is pulse dialling, can anyone tell me how to change this to tone dialling

Regards John
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CONTROL PANEL --> MY LOCATIONS --> TONE or PULSE
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To reach CONTROL PANEL from DESKTOP create a new SHORTCUT by right clicking anywhere
on DESKTOP.  For the COMMAND LINE use this:

C:\WINDOWS\CONTROL.EXE

Run MAXIMIZED.
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Correction:

CONTROL PANEL --> TELEPHONY --> MY LOCATION --> Check TONE or PULSE
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Err.....hmmm....dialup init string to dial Tone opposed to Pulse is ATDT (DT= Tone Dial) ATDP (DP= Dial Pulse)
on most modems.  What program are you using to dial out with?
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Oulook express using the normal windows dialup networking.
Regards John
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by:pleasenospam
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Directly updating the modem initialization string is an ANCIENT way of getting
at these things.  My suggestion is menu-driven and should work.  I suppose it
creates a modem string in some *.INI file on the system, but NOBODY does it
directly now that Windows 98 is available!
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Many thanks, that did the trick.  I have loaded win98 many times, but that is the first time it has come up with pulse dialling. - wierd.

Regards John
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Once in awhile we can help.  Thanks.
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