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I selected 'Add Windows components' to configure faxing, The wizard went through the motions and reported success, but under Accessories/communications/fax the folder is empty. I used to have this facility running on this machine - maybe I've lost relevant .dll files ?

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  • gerryh907 Apr 17, 2009

    As I said the Fax folder is empty (under Accessories etc) but I still have the fax console on the desktop (from when it used to work) If I select 'configure fax' I get a message 'A connection to the fax server cannot be made' The console also reports (at the bottom that no fax printer is present). I have been into Control panel/printers & faxes/set up fax - a fax printer icon appears then disappears again.

  • gerryh907 Apr 18, 2009

    Downloaded Hotfix and opened it - message displayed that the updates on my machine were newer than in the package and therefore no need to install. So still no result. Maybe this problem started after installing SP3??

  • gerryh907 Apr 18, 2009

    Thanks for that - downloaded and ran it - unfortunately no result however.

  • gerryh907 Apr 19, 2009

    Sorry, no help from these links. From asking around I gather that the fax facility seems to have been omitted from SP3 and this has caused the problem. Anyway round this?

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Please click the link below...maybe this will help

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To install the fax component, follow these steps:

  1. Click Start, and then click Run.
  2. Copy and paste or type the following command in the Open box, and then click OK: appwiz.cplIt may take several seconds for your computer to compile a list of programs. The Add or Remove Programs dialog box opens.
  3. Click Add/Remove Windows Components to the left of the list of programs to start the Windows Components Wizard. This takes several seconds.
  4. In the Components list, click to select the Fax Services check box, and then click Next. Setup installs the fax services.
  5. If you are prompted, insert the Windows XP CD, and then click OK.

    If the Welcome to Microsoft Windows XP window opens, click the X in the upper-right corner to close it.
  6. Click Finish, and then click the X in the upper-right corner of the Add or Remove Programs dialog box to close it.
The fax component of Windows XP should be installed now. If you have problems installing the fax component, go to the "Next Steps" section.

The next step is to configure the fax service. To do this, go to the "Configure the fax service" section. Configure the fax service loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation'); To configure faxing capability in Windows XP, follow these steps: Step 1: Configure the cover page, select a modem, and enable the fax service to send and receive faxes loadTOCNode(3, 'moreinformation');
  1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to Communications, point to Fax, and then click Fax Console.

    The Fax Configuration Wizard starts.
  2. If you are prompted, type the area code or city code of your present location, a carrier code, the number that you must dial first to dial out, and the telephone system that you are using (Tone or Pulse), and then click OK.

    If the Phone and Modem Options dialog box is displayed, select your location (if more than one exists), and then click OK.
  3. Click Next, type the information that you want to appear on your fax cover page, and then click Next.
  4. In the Please select the fax device list, click the modem that you want to use.
  5. If you want to disable the ability to send faxes from this computer, click to clear the Enable Send check box.

    Note By default, the Enable Send check box is selected.
  6. Click to select the Enable Receive check box if you want the computer to receive faxes.

    Note When this check box is selected, you can click Manual answer if you do not want the computer to automatically receive faxes. By default, automatic answering is enabled.
  7. Click Next.
Step 2: Enter TSID and CSID information and configure printing and storing preferences loadTOCNode(3, 'moreinformation');
  1. Type the Transmitting Subscriber Identification (TSID) that you want to use in the TSID box.

    Note The TSID is mandatory in some areas. This identification information typically appears in the header area of a fax that you receive and can help you recognize the fax machine where the fax originated. The TSID typically includes the sender's fax number and business name.
  2. Click Next.
  3. Type the Called Subscriber Identification (CSID) that you want in the CSID box.

    Note The CSID text that you enter appears on fax machines that send faxes to you. For example, if you enter "123 Fax", a machine that sends you a fax might display the message "Sending a fax to 123 Fax" while sending.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Click to select the Print it on check box if you want each fax that you receive to be automatically printed. When you select this check box, you can select a specific printer to print the fax.
  6. Click to select the Store a copy in a folder check box if you want to archive a copy of each fax. When you select this check box, you can specify the storage location for the fax copy.
  7. Click Next.
  8. Confirm the configuration settings in the Configuration Summary list, and then click Finish.

    The Fax Configuration Wizard closes and the Fax Console window opens. The computer is now configured to send or receive faxes.
If you have to change your fax service settings, use the Fax Configuration Wizard by following the instructions in the "Change the fax configuration" section.

If the Windows fax service is not working as you expected, go to the "Next Steps" section. For information about receiving faxes or sending a scanned document or image, go to the "More Information" section. Change the fax configuration loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation'); Use the Fax Configuration Wizard to change your fax service settings. You can start the Fax Configuration Wizard from the Fax Console window. To start the Fax Configuration Wizard, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to Communications, point to Fax, and then click Fax Console.
  2. In Fax Console, click Configure Fax on the Tools menu to start the Fax Configuration Wizard.

    Note You may be prompted to "unblock" the program. If this is the case, click Unblock.

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Note In Classic view, double-click Programs and Features.

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Note In Classic view, double-click Programs and Features.

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Note In Classic view, double-click Add or Remove Programs.

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Windows Server 2008 To create a fax server, you must install the Fax Server role. This installs the Fax Server role page, Fax Service Manager, Windows Fax and Scan (with faxing capabilities only), the Fax service, and the Fax printer.
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Note If Print Services are not installed, you are prompted to install it.

  1. Click the users or groups that you want to send faxes.
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  3. Click Install.
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Windows Server 2003 The Fax Service is included in all editions of Windows Server 2003 except the Web edition.
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fax_monitor_xp.gif How to Fax Scanned documents:
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When the Installation Complete window appears, click the Finish button. 

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Click the Next button. 

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Need to setup windows xp faxing


Hi,
Since you donot have the windows xp cd , you would not be able to enable the fax feature in windows xp home edition.
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