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Xfinity modem, dial tone not found

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ATD 66419700 NO DIAL TONE.


That means that the modem cannot detect the correct (or any) dial tone when it picks up the line. Connect a normal; telephone to the line and lift the receiver. If you hear a normal dial tone, then the line is ok. Ithat is the case, then the modem may be faulty. You could try atz command and see what happens. If it is on a pabx or fax machine or something, the dial tone may be non-standard and teh modem won't recognise it. In that case, consult the modem manual for the AT command that tells it to ignore dial tone and dial anyway. You may have to enter that command as well as teh correct command to store that setting, alternatively you can enter the commands as an initialisation string in whatever software you are using to dial.
Hope that helps.

Oct 26, 2010 | D-Link DFM 562E (dfm-562e) Modem

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Dial tone of my phone disappears whenever i switch on my computer and my d link dial up modem can't find dial tone. What should i do?


Disconnect the telephone-cable from the computer's modem.
Does your telephone regain the dial-tone?

If so, then replace the computer's modem -- it is going "off-hook" as soon as you turn on the computer, not just when you try to use the modem to open a dial-up session.

Sep 27, 2010 | D-Link DFM 562IS (DFM-562IS) Modem

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I have a hp compaq nx7400 laptop with an agere systems hda modem.i have a dial tone and when i try to connect to the internet the modem sounds like it is dialing but the dial tone never goes away.is the...


The Agere systems HDA modem is a 56kbps modem typically found on laptops. View it in device manager.

Start->Control Panel->System->Device Manager->Modems

Should be listed there. See if there is an exclamation mark next to it.

Not very expensive or difficult to replace

Aug 14, 2010 | HP Compaq Business Notebook nx7400

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My AOpen modem fm56-svv say: NO CARRIER


Assuming you have checked the connection to actually make sure you have dial-tone, you could go into the modem's properties page (Control Panel -> Modems-> Properties) then go into the MODEM tab and make sure to UN-check the box that says "Wait for dial-tone before connecting". Sometime the modems don't detect dial-tone properly.

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No Dial tone using Symantec Winfax Pro 10 on Windows 98


Check the physical connection of the phone line to the computer make sure that it is connected to phone line symbol of the Ethernet adapter. Then make sure that the driver of the adapter is installed properly on the computer or you can try to scan the hardware first before the re-installation of the driver using the adapter.

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Computer modem and dial tone


Hello Mikenrgrsvll

This problem can be due to the software not handling a certain dial tone rather than a specific hardware fault. Around the world there is a variance in the signal quality of the dial tone which causes a report of no dial tone detection. Disable the dial tone detection to prevent the system from trying to detect a dial tone.
Disabling dial tone detection for modems:
Windows XP
  1. Click Start
  2. Select Control Panel
  3. Click Switch to Classic View to change the control panel view
  4. Click Phone and Modem Options
  5. Select the Modem Tab
  6. Select the installed modem (Example: Lucent Technologies Soft Modem AMR)
  7. Click the Properties button
  8. Select the Modem tab in the Properties window
  9. Click Wait for dial tone before dialing to remove the check from the checkbox
  10. Select the Advanced tab
  11. Add X3 to the Extra initialization commands field in the Extra Settings box
  12. Click OK twice
  13. Select Switch to Category View to change back the control panel view
  14. Close Control Panel
if this does not work trying re-installing modem drivers.

hope this helps, have a good day.

May 04, 2009 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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Modem problem


Disconnect the phone line from the modem and connect a normal phone to this phone line. Lift the handset and check it you have a dial tone and see if you can dial out.
If you don't get a dial tone then there is a fault with the phone line and it needs to be repaired before you can use your modem.

Apr 14, 2009 | Dell Latitude C640 Notebook

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When I try to connect to internet with dial up no dial tone


Here is a link to tell you if your modem is working or not.
http://www.56k.com/inits/a2z.shtml

Not sure what modem you have in your system but this is a link for all the modems.

I hope this helps. Pleasre rate.

Feb 18, 2009 | IBM ThinkPad R31 2656 Notebook

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Trying to launch internet explorer.it gives me error 680.


680 - There is no dial tone.

All versions of Windows are affected by this error.
No dial tone: There are many possible causes of a No Dial Tone Error.
First, try testing the modem's ability to detect dial tone and to dial by using HyperTerminal with the direct to COM port connect method - see Using HyperTerminal. If you give your modem an AT&FX1 command, and then a dial command, dial-tone detection will be disabled; if you still do not get dial tone, the modem may not be installed correctly (especially if it is a PCI or soft-modem); or the cable from the modem to the phone-line jack may be bad or installed in the wrong connector on the modem - try another line cord, and make sure you are plugged in to the LINE - not phone - jack on the modem. Plug a regular phone into the phone jack on the modem and make sure it has dial tone. The modem may also be defective. Many new modems come with an electronic circuit instead of the traditional electro-mechanical relay used to take the modem off-hook. Some of these designs are proving less reliable; often, they will be 'stuck' in the off-hook position, so unplugging, the plugging in the phone cord may give dial-tone. If this is the case, the modem needs repair or replacement.
If the modem will blind dial (x1), but not detect dial-tone otherwise, the problem is likely to be in the proper selection of the Country in Windows->ControlPanel->Telephony or in improper installation of the modem or lack of support for your country in the driver you are using. Check to see if there are updated drivers for your modem.
If the modem dials properly with detection (x3) in HyperTerminal, but does not detect dial tone when using DUNs, the problem may be DUNs (check for upgrade or re-install) or the proper setup and modem selection for the DUNs connectoid.
For Embarq telephone service customers, this error can indicate that you have a message waiting in your voicemail. Embarq changes the dial-tone sound to a "fast" busy signal when a new message is present in your voicemail box. This "fast" busy signal can confuse the modem into thinking there is no-dial tone present on the line.

Jul 02, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Modem doesn't recognize dial tone


Hello,

If you are on another computer and everything is fine. I would say that the modem has been damaged by some type of power surge, especially if there has been recent storms. If this is the case, the modem would need to be replaced. Since that modem is internal It may be difficult for you to replace.

According to the manual at http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_sc_outFrm.jsp?moid=1132652&rpn=PTA42U&ct=DS&soid=1170276&BV_SessionID=@@@@0589613970.1216923303@@@@&BV_EngineID=cccfadeejkmemelcgfkceghdgngdgnn.0 you dont have PCMCIA option.

You can locate a Toshiba Repair Center at http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_gaspLocator.jsp?subs=tais&BV_SessionID=@@@@0589613970.1216923303@@@@&BV_EngineID=cccfadeejkmemelcgfkceghdgngdgnn.0 and see what options they give you.

Thanks

Jun 06, 2008 | Toshiba Tecra A4 Notebook

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