Iam using windows xp service pack 2, i have bought a intex fax modem last month it shows the error no 633, i have reinstall my windows but even if ,it shows the the same error when i am connecting it. i found their were no virus in my computer, in the modem properties it shows that the driver is not digitally signed how to solve my problem.
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Hi i am using aircel 3g sim with Intex data card from last 6 months, But when i try to connect today, m getting error that shows "Dial Failed, Do you want to retry". Please somebody help me to solve this issue,, I tried uninstalling the datacard software and installing it but that does not work for me...
When you try to use your modem on a
Windows computer, you may receive an error message similar to the following:
Error 633 Modem is already in use, or is not configured for Remote Access
dial out or The port is in use.
Try this one after the other 1. Verify no other applications
that are using the modem. You can open Task Manager to check that by press
CTRL+ALT+DEL. Another way to test it is reboot the computer.
2. This behavior may occur when another device with a driver, for example
outdated Palm Pilot software, conflicts with the modem.
3. Telephone.ini or unimdm.tsp is missing or damaged.
4. Make sure the modem is setup correctly and may
5. Removing and reinstalling it, or apply the new drive may fix the
6. Make sure no two ISDN installed on the same machine and attempt to
connect to the same server.
633 - The port is already in use or is not configured for Remote Access dialout
This error can occur if:
The modem is actually in use - make sure you don't have other applications that are using the modem. Applications that can use the modem include fax software, terminal software (like HyperTerminal), as well as voice software including software that can make your modem an answering machine or speakerphone.
One way of seeing all running applications is to press CTRL+ALT+DEL and look at the Task List or Task Manager. This will display the actual program names - it may be difficult to pinpoint which, if any, programs are accessing the modem. Terminating tasks are about the only way - however, if you terminate certain tasks, your system may crash or become unstable.
The telephone.ini file is missing or damaged - If the telephone.ini file is missing or damaged, you can create a new one by running Tapiini.exe - this file is in the \windows\system folder. Before you run this, rename the telephone.ini file and reboot your PC if it already exists. Then, run the tapiini.exe file. This program will run very quickly and may not appear to do anything. You can verify the program created the telephone.ini file by searching for it.
The telephone.ini file is a Microsoft Windows file that stores settings for all TAPI-enabled applications including DUNS.
Make sure the modem named in the DUNS entry matches the name of your installed modem - You can check the name of your modem in ControlPanel->Modems.
Windows 95/98 - Can occur if the Unimodem TAPI file (unimdm.tsp) is missing or damaged. See MS KB Q150619
Windows XP - Can occur if another device's driver has a conflict with the modem driver. MS KB 324760 indicates this can occur with older Palm Desktop HotSynch Software.
a mother board is a big thing to replace. you may want to just buy another computer if thats the case. it may also be the way it hooks up. is it a card. if it's a card thta slot maybe shorting it out. if so try a diffrent slot. my best advice is move away from dial up all together.
It really sounds like a driver issue that your having. HERE a site that is the manufacture of the modem/fax, and they have a modem central that gives assistance to problem modems/fax's. You will need to agree to the acceptance, but they might solve your problem. The other thing that you can do, is faxing from your cable modem as well. There are all kinds of programs that allow faxing via the internet. And since you make it FixYa, you can fax through the router and forget the ol'e fax modem.
yes..modems are tricky ..uninstall it let the puter find it then insert the software. if at any time u have to select a port for it u failed. it should automaticly select it. then after restart u go to control panel /modem/ and look to see if u have it there there/ next select properties/ modems/diagnistics/ query
you should see alot jibbersh letters...
then you know its working
u might want to do the last first.