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Cannot install windows xp fax program, i have disc but it cannot find the file???? I have tried control panel, add program and I click on Fax, but it does not find the program on the disc.

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Its hidden under the ADD REMOVE PROGRAMS but you need to select WINDOWS COMPONENTS as it is in there.

Normally second one doen FAX SERVICES

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Fax driver missing


Microsoft Office 2010 has a feature that lets you send Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files as Internet faxes. This feature relies on having the Windows Fax Printer Driver or Fax Services installed on the computer to send the faxes. The Windows Fax feature is not enabled by default for all editions of Windows. If your edition of Windows includes the driver or service, you must install it before you can send Internet faxes.
Which operating system are you using? Windows 7
  1. In Control Panel, click Programs, and then click Programs and Features.

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

  1. Click Turn Windows features on or off.
  2. In the Windows Features dialog box, under Print and Document Services, select the Windows Fax and Scan check box.
  3. Click OK.
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Windows Vista The Windows Fax Printer Driver is included in the following editions of Windows Vista: Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate.
  1. In Control Panel, click Programs, and then click Programs and Features.

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

  1. Click Turn Windows features on or off.
  2. In the Windows Features dialog box, select the Windows Fax and Scan check box.
  3. Click OK.
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Windows XP
  1. In Control Panel, click Add or Remove Programs, and then click Add/Remove Windows Component.

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

  1. In the Windows Component Wizard, select the Fax Services check box.
  2. Click Next.
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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.
  1. In Control Panel, under Programs, click Turn Windows features on or off.
  2. Right-click Roles, and then click Add Roles.
  3. In the Add Roles Wizard, under Select Server Roles, click Fax Server role.

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.
  2. Click who you want to have access to the fax server inbox.
  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.
  1. In Control Panel, click Add/Remove Programs.
  2. In the Add/Remove Programs dialog box, click Add or Remove Windows Components.
  3. In the Windows Component Wizard, select the Fax Services check box, and then click Next.
  4. If you want to share the fax printer so that everybody in the network can send and receive faxes, click Yes.
  5. Click Finish.


Click here for fax driver

Jul 26, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Windows XP fax


If you need your<b> PC</b> to be able to fax, you must install the <b>Windows XP fax</b>. Add / <b>Remove Programs</b>, click Add / Remove <b>Windows Components</b>. In the <b>Windows Components Wizard</b>, select the check box next to <b>Fax Services</b> and make sure you have the installation CD handy.

on Feb 24, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to Configure Windows XP to send and receive Fax?


If you are using windows XP, you can use sending and receiving option for fax service built into windows XP. You can enjoy free facilities of fax from your computer, because buying a dedicated fax machine for home or small office may not be a feasible option. Using windows XP based fax services; you can read, save, forward, delete the fax messages. By default fax service is not installed in your windows XP, but if you have windows XP CD, you can install fax feature using Add or Remove Program option.

Follow the gives steps to install fax components:
  • To install this feature, you will need to be logged into your computer with administrative rights.
  • Make sure, you have installed modem driver on your computer before running fax components setup.
  • Now click on Start button and go to System Control Panel then double click on Add or Remove Program.
  • Select the Fax services check box under Add or Remove Windows components.
  • Now click Next to finish the fax installation wizard and close it.

After the fax components installed, now configure the fax setting before using it.
  • First click on Start button, go to All Programs> Accessories> Communications then click on Fax Console.
  • Now in fax configuration wizard, type the fax cover page information then click on Next.
  • Select the suitable modem for fax and also enable others send and receive options.
  • Now type the TSID (Transmitting Subscriber Identification) and click Next then type here CSID (Called Subscriber Identification) and again Next.
  • At the end select the printer to be automatically printing the fax and click to finish.

on Feb 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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MY DELL 948 WILL NOT SEND A FAX


there is a generic Fax program in windows XP. If your using the vista home basic or home edition, it does not have these function unless you install an actual fax program. If not you can install it by
for XP -go to the start -control panel -go to the windows add remove programs -add remove windows components and choose the Fax services
-Vista -go to start -control panel -programs and features -add remove windows components and choose the Fax services
hope this helps

Jun 23, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Need to fax docs w/ a Dell 942 all-in-one print-fax-copy-scan.


To install and configure the Microsoft® Fax software:Click the Start button.

Click the Control Panel icon.

Double-click the Add or Remove Programs icon.

Click the Add/Remove Windows Components icon on the left side of the Add or Remove Programs window.

When the Windows Components Wizard window appears, click to place a check in the box next to the Fax Services listing. 

Click the Next button.

When the Files Needed window appears, insert the Windows® XP CD into the CD-ROM drive. 

From the Copy files from: drop-down button, select the drive-letter that represents your CD-ROM drive. 

Click the OK button. to automatically open and close several installation windows.

When the Installation Complete window appears, click the Finish button. 

Close the Add or Remove Programs window. 

Click the Start button, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to Communications, and then point to Fax. 

Click Fax Console.

When the Welcome to Fax Configuration window appears, click the Next button. 

Enter any appropriate information in the fields provided. 

Click the Next button. 

Select your data/fax modem from the drop-down button located below the Please select the fax device listing. 

Click the Manual answer button or Automatically answer after (specify number of rings) button. 

Click to select the Enable Receive listing.
 Note:  
  By selecting the Enable Receive check box, you can receive faxes. However, selecting this option may cause the computer modem to answer all incoming phone calls in which you may not receive voice mail.  

Click the Next button. 

Enter your TSID (Transmitting Subscriber Identification) information in the field provided. 

Click the Next button. 

Enter the CSID (Called Subscriber Identification) information in the field provided. 

Click the Next button.

When the Routing Options screen appears, click to select the Print it on check box if you want each received fax to be automatically printed. If selected, use the drop-down menu to the right of this field to select the Dell AIO Printer to print the received fax. Your printer must be on and connected to your computer in order to automatically print faxes.
To create an archive copy of each fax, click to select the Store a copy in a folder check box. 

Click the Browse button to select the desired archive location. 

Click the Next button to display the Configuration Summary list. 

Confirm your configuration settings are correct, and then click the Finish button.
You are now ready to send or receive faxes.

http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/dsn/document?c=us&l=en&s=gen&dn=1091795

Nov 14, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Cannot install fax services in xp. running xp


This might help:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306550
Are you using the correct CD to your Windows version?!

Sep 17, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Xp Home Edition Sp2...

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Unable to send and receive faxes


You need fax software or enable XP fax services. XP Fax services is enabled through the add/remove programs in the control panel. Open add/remove programs, and click on add windows services

Apr 15, 2009 | Arris Touchstone 450a (CM450) Modem

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I can't fax docs. on my all in one lexmarkx74-75


Why not just use the fax that is integrated into all windows XP systems, and probably Vista???
If it's not already installed, go to control panel, "add/remove programs", "add windows components", select 'fax services'. The use it as if it were another printer (don't forget the phone line)

Feb 26, 2009 | Lexmark Office Equipment & Supplies

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Hidden Program


In Windows 98 the MS fax client is installed as part of the windows messaging package and uses a mapi client like exchange client, outlook, or windows messaging to work. Try 'add/remove software' in the control panel and see if you can unistall windows messaging. If you have the win 98 install cd, there is a file called wmw-fax.txt in the tools/oldwin95/message/us folder. you might find the information in there.

Apr 07, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Cannot add windows components


1. In the Copy Files From box, type: \i386 where is the drive letter and folder path to the i386 folder. 2. Press Retry. 3. Are you using the add/remove program interface? Put the XP-CD in drive, exit 'Splash Screen' Do above *before* going to 'Add/Remove Windows Components' How did it work? Good luck

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