Question about Hiro (H50113) Analog Modem
My Hiro V.92 56K USB modem takes 1 minute and 30 seconds to release the phone, regardless of how long the message left by the caller is. For example, let's say a caller left a voice message that was just 5 seconds long and at its conclusion she immediately hung up her phone. Instead of my modem disconnecting at that point, it continues recording for a further 85 seconds during which time I am unable to use my phone.
What is my solution(s)? Thanks in advance.
Ok, so I tried the modem on a new Dell (C2D laptop), WinXp, USB 2.0, with the XP drivers supplied from the CD, and I still get the same result. Sadly, this is either a defective modem, or yet another driver issue that hasn't been resolved. In any case, I ended up downloading a program called PhoneTray Free which is a Caller ID/Telemarketer Zapper program. This works quite nicely with the FaxTalk software supplied with the Hiro modem. Basically, I can eliminate a number of the 1:30 messages by having the PhoneTray software ZAP the calls on the first ring automatically if they are a blacklisted number. Hopefully, this helps.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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