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There is an Error 692 : There is hardware failure in your modem.

Error 692 Displays When I Try to Connect Dial Up Connection Via My Bluetooth Phone, I Have Bluesoleil Software And T Link Bluetooth Dongle,
I Am Using Sony Ericsson R300 Model .
Pl . Help Me As Soon As Possible.

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    Error 692

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Dear!!!
Error : Hardware failure in port or attached device.

Solution :

1. Check to make sure the correct modem is selected in the dialer.
2. Make sure there are not multiple modems installed.
3. Uninstall and reinstall the modem.
4. Make sure that no other programs are using your modem. Fax software, Supervoice, etc...
5. Ctrl-Alt-Delete, if you see RNAAPP loaded,

6. Send to manufacturer?

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I know this post is old but i had that problem and after searching a lot, finally i solve it by myself. go to device manager, modems, on your modem or mobile modem right click and click properties. now go to "advanced" tab now that field of extra initialization commands must be clear, if not, clear it. now you can connect without "error 692"

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