Computer boot up automatically when someone rings.
The D-Link DFM-652IS works fine on my XP system. But after turning the machine off for the day, if someone calls on the landline my computer starts up automatically. Is it a way to avoid this procedure? I use this modem only to connect to the Internet and send faxes, not to receive anything. Any clues are highly appreciated. Many thanks.
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Please find the drivers at the following FTP site:
Username : dtac_customer
Paswd : Dlink2009
Click on Customer Support>>Drivers & Firmware>>Click on Dial-Up Modem>>>>DFM-560ES.
Thank you for networking with D-Link.
check that the pci slot is nice and clean then make sure the card is inserted fully, and restart your machine, if the problem still persists try and get the most up to date driver for the card from belkin's website copy following link and paste in your address box
http://modem.free-driver-download.com/D-Link/14620/D-link-DFM-562IS-Modem-Driver-Windows-XP.html and install it restart the computer if the problem is still there it's 100% faulty modem card and it needs replacing.
hope this helps.