Question about Dell GVC/ 56K V90 FAX MODEM MINT CONDITION F-1156IV-R9F (F1156IVR9F)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Smartlink 56k modem
Your speed of 46.6kbps in very good for a modem as the maximum speed of any dial up modem is 56kbps, which is never obtained. There is a programme that people use for speeding up the download speeds called 'On Speed' but a yearly fee is charged, all this does is compress the files that are being downloaded to speed them up.
Posted on Mar 26, 2007
SOURCE: Dynamode Internal Fax Modem 56K
i had same problem trying to receive faxes until i changed phone connections.
according to a motorola manual (link below) this has something to do with being connected to a "proper analog phone line".
i had the phone line running from wall to a newer gateway (maybe 8 months) dec 07 to a maybe 2 year old compaq. kept getting that loop current error on the compaq when trying to receive a fax until i elimated the gateway connection and plugged the wall right into the compaq.
here's a link that might help: http://downloadmirror.intel.com/12655/ENG/Motorola.htm
see section 6, troubleshooting. hope this helps...
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
Dell used this modem in their Dimension Desktops. If your modem has a sticker on it with D P/N 08F217, (Dell Part #) the driver for Windows 2000/XP may be one of these two files:
Try this first:
If that does not work, try this:
Another useful site:
Scroll down to the GVC modems. There are several different 1156I models, but I could not figure out how to tell which model I have using their Zinc, Graphite, Titanium, etc naming convention.
I doubt you will find a Windows Vista driver???
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
If your DSL modem does not have a phone port or if it has one but it's bigger it's not a phone port, it's called an Ethernet port. Most of the DSL modems/routers they have an Ethernet port. This is how it looks like click here. If this the port that you have on your modem, the cable that is also in the picture is what you should be using to get the laptop connected to the modem. The cable is called an Ethernet cable. And your laptop must also have this ethernet port.
If you have more question please let me know. Just reply to this post.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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