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the usb modem you are using is compatible with windows vista but for that u need to install the driver software ie sxc 1080 vista dialer 32 bits . you can download this software from the tataindicom site which is www.tataindicom.com. windows 98 and vista have different software compatibility.
Right Click on My Computer icon and go to manage. Go to event viewer and under the System (and also Application) categories, check for errors. In the same window, go to Local Users and Groups->Users->Your user profile->Member Of and check whether you have sufficient rights(are you an Admin???), then go to Seervices and check whether the Service can be started in your profile. Thanks. Good Luck. If the solution is helpful, please rate the answer kindly. :) from
Is the modem recognized by Vista? To check, click on Start, then right-click on computer and select Manage. Click on 'Continue' at the UAC prompt. Select Device Manager from the left-hand pane and scan the right pane to Modems and click on the '+' next to it to open it up. It should list the manufacturer and model number. If it doesn't appear here, we will need to find appropriate drivers for it. You should be able to find them at http://www.usr.com.
If you were able to find the modem in the device list, open Microsoft Fax and Scan, click 'Tools,' then 'Fax Settings..." The 'General' tab should have your fax/modem listed near the top of the property sheet next to 'Device name:.' Just configure the rest of the settings for how you want it to work and you are done.
Sending Faxes and Configuring OpenOffice.org for Faxing To send a fax directly from OpenOffice.org, you need a fax modem and a fax driver that allows applications to communicate with the fax modem. Sending a Fax Through the Print Dialog 1. Open the Print dialog by choosing File - Print and select the fax driver in the Name list box. 2. Clicking OK opens the dialog for your fax driver, where you can select the fax recipient.
Configuring OpenOffice.org a Fax Icon You can configure OpenOffice.org so that a single click on an icon automatically sends the current document as a fax: 1. Choose Tools - Options - OpenOffice.org Writer - Print. 2. Select the fax driver from the Fax list box and click OK. 3. Click the arrow icon at the end of the Standard bar. In the drop-down menu, choose Customize. The Toolbars tab page of the Customize dialog appears. 4. Click Add Commands. 5. Select the “Documents” category, then select the “Send Default Fax” command. 6. Click Add and then Close. 7. On the Toolbars tab page, click the down arrow button to position the new icon where you want it. Click OK.
Your Standard bar now has a new icon to send the current document as a fax.
As an adhoc solution you may try to download drivers for XP SP2, tell the driver installation applet to search for drivers from the folder you downloaded them to when it tells you this driver was not made for Vista tell it to install them anyway. It may not work but as this manufacturer is no longer in the modem biz vista is not supported by them at this time.
hello sir, this might be an driver issue since u have reinstalled the modem.the modem might have came with some driver installer cd.so plz check the driver and install the driver by inserting the cd and searching the driver from cd.