Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
MajicJack is dialing to random phone numbers around the country, even when no one is using the phone at home. I get phone calls from people and people leave messages on the answering service that say my phone number is showing up on their caller ID and wanting to know why I called. Most of the time, no one is at home to dial the phone. Any clue as to what is going on?
This sounds like a problem that MagicJack support can troubleshoot for you. I have a MagicJack, and I do not have these problems.
You didn't say whether you have your MagicJack device plugged into your computer, or whether (like me) you have your MagicJack connected to your home network directly with just an Ethernet cable.
If you have your MagicJack plugged into a USB port on your computer, there is a possibility that some program installed on your computer is dialing the phone numbers Such a program would almost certainly be malware that you want to remove.
If you do not have an anti-malware program installed on your computer, you should get one immediately. There are quite a few free anti-malware programs, like Avast or AVG, that you can install to help protect your computer from malware.
If you do have an anti-malware program installed, you should check to see if the malware detection rules are current. Most anti-malware programs will let you view the version and last update date of the anti-malware program itself, and the last update date for the detections rules. The rules themselves should be update almost daily, due to the number of new threats emerging every day.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no caller id on incoming calls
Check the phone settings....or if that phone is fixed telephony network check the operator settings(make a call to the "customer service"and ask what happens?
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
The microsoft registration system works very well you should try it again as it is your only option to get yous system validated.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
First of all you installed Sound driver.
Than go to control panel and click on sounds and audio devices.
Than click on voice and reset it to default and restart your system.
I hop its working fine.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
You can do the activation by phone. Run the Activation Wizard, and it will give you a toll-free number to call to speak to an operator. You then read off a (rather lengthy) code number to the operator, who responds with an (equally lengthy) activation code number that you type in. The operator will stay on the line until you see that activation has been completed.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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