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How to reinstall Fax server role with default settings on  SBS 2008

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Hi...  I have a problem with my Fax Server role on my sbs 2008.... I've put a new modem on my sbs 2008... and it is not working... but if I intall and other fax software it is able to send and receive....  so the driver is working.... I had tried to reinstall the fax sever role but now it is not at all working... ....so how to uninstall all settings and the Fax server role and Reinstall it with default settings / setup???   if possible ... step by step instruction ... please
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Did try that.... but I'm going to try again....
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think it is a driver problem...
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Is it a serial or usb modem.
If USB uninstall and reinstall.
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It is an USB modem trendnet tfm-561u .... And have reinstall driver several times ....... I think it is a compatibility problem.... I have ordered a new modem.... Let you know when I have tried it out... Maybe wensday...
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Olaf De Ceuster earned 500 total points
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USB modems are notorious for not working on win server 2008.Did you try the generic windows modem driver?
In order to remove a USB driver properly:
In an admin command prompt:
Run following commands:
set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1
set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1
In menu: Show hidden devices.
Go to USB and remove all greyed out items.
Olaf
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I will try that.... But the thing is ....It can't find any driver for it, only the Vista driver there is comes with the modem works....  I'm have allready ordred a new modem... that has drivers for win 2008 ......  USRobotics 56K USB Faxmodem USR5637
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Try the windows Generic driver.
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US Robotics will work fine.
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Just received the new modem today... Will try it out sometime during the weekend... then I will tell how it went.
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Good luck
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by:J-O-Mortensen
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Will just tell that now it is working with the new modem...
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I find out my self With some help
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