Question about D-Link DMF 560TXD (DMF-560TXD) Modem
Did you have it plugged into a surge protector? If yes you may be able to do a hard start. I’m hoping it’s not a blown capacitor issue. If it is you’ll have to take it to the repair shop. Try these steps first and see if it will work. Power everything off and unplug it to include your internet modem. Wait 30 secs and plug it back in and restart everything. Hit control,alt, delete at the same time and hold it for a few seconds. It should then show you a screen asking you if you want to reboot. Hit yes and follow any instructions given. Then test your phone line again.
If it’s still not working, try unloading, then reloading the program. Make sure all your updates for the computer are completed. Check the cord, see if the power surge fried it. If it did. It’s an easy fix. Just buy a new one. All so try plugging it in to a different outlet. That way you make sure the problem is not with your outlet. If nothing above works then you’ll need to take it to a repair shop.
Posted on Dec 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yea this type of happen with most of DSL users! This is due to weak signal telephone line. You should only have 1 phone and 1 internet connection. You should remove all other telephones in the home. Then it will work fine. If you only have 1 phone then you must call the phone service person who will check that status of your wire. Might be your wire is old so it creates a problem. Then replace it the you'r done.
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
try resetting the browser try to change the micro filter turn off the modem and computer power it back and check try connecting the modem to the main telephone socket check if the if ur phone line works fine after all these check the problem still continues its dsl connection problem
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
If the software that you are using with the modem does not have the ability to set the modem to autoanswer you will need to configure the modem manually. You will have to use Hyperterminal to enter the command into the modem's memory.
(if you do not have Hyperterminal installed please add it by going to Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > Windows Setup > Communications > Details...)
Have the modem connected to your computer and ensure that it is working fine. Go to:
Start > Programs > Accessories > [Communications] > Hyperterminal .... Hyperterm.exe > name the connection "modem" > Connect Using... Select COM3 or COM4 (on whichever port the modem was assigned to) > Bits per second 9600 > OK.
After that try typing ATZ command and press ENTER (you may not see what you are typing). The response from the modem should be OK.
Apply the following command:
Now write the new settings into the modem's memory by typing the following command and pressing Enter:
The response should be "OK"
The modem will now be set to auto-answer after 3 rings.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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