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Re: My internal modem, (Dell desktop) sends me the error...
Dell put one of two types of modems in your model, an Intel or a Conexant. Verify which type it is and than go to this page to download and reinstall the driver software. Post your results back here...
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hard drive is missing from the system. Or, just does not recognize it.
obvious - Remove any USB devices like drives and any media from disc player.
Its trying to load, but can't find bootable hard drive, CD, or USB...
the hard drive and re-seat (reconnect). Check BIOS by pressing an F key
during boot. Look on the screen for correct Function key. Might be F2 key.
Verify BIOS recognizes the drive. It must be listed! There is no going
forward if it's not. Check boot order and make internal hard drive first.
Save and restart.
Start by checking the status of the modem in device manager, right click my computer and select manage, then on the left side select device manager, on the right side look for anything with ! or ? mark and look for your modem.
To repair missing orcorrupted system file/s, boot up with the Windows installation CD then -Press R to repair wheninstructed.Press 1 or Enter to repairthe C:\Windows folder.Then type chkdsk /r and then press Enter.The repair process willtake quite a long time.
Uninstall and reinstall your modem driver. • Click Start -> My Computer -> Properties -> Hardware Tab -> Device Manager • All items in Device Manager are listed in alphabetical order. • Select and click on Modems. • Right mouse click on your Modem • Left click on Uninstall • Restart machine and test. If you receive some errors like 633: The port is already in use or is not configured for Remote Access dial out. 678: There is no answer. 680: There is no dial tone. 777: The connection attempt failed because the modem on the remote computer is out of order. Then you can use RegInout to fix such types of errors. Hope it might help you.
If you are trying to send a fax message using your desktop computer and it shows an error 0503, you just need to turn off both devices your modem and the computer. Now if you have an internal modem so you just need to turn off your computer for atleast 5 minutes to drain the power. Then you can try to refax your message.
The keyboard has a feature (and associated button) called F-Lock. By default,
when the computer boots, F-Lock is turned on. In the F-Lock mode, rather than
sending the standard key commands for the function keys, the keyboard sends
special alternate commands (like print for F7 and save for F8)
that are configured in the iTouch program. In order to force the keyboard to
send the standard function key commands, you must TURN OFF F-Lock by pressing
the F-Lock button! Oh, and by the way, there are no indicator lights on the
keyboard, and the F-Lock button is an always up momentary button - just like the
keys on the keyboard, so there is no way to tell what state it is in, other than
by pressing it and then pressing an F key to see what happens!
yes you can replace it with an external modem or you can purchase a PCI card modem and install it. The old internal modem does not have to be removed, but if it helps you can uninstall the drivers for it.