Am I missing something, or is there really no WModem application on the device to use it as a modem for my laptop? I thought this was a standard mart of WM2003.
Even my 4 year old MPX200 smartphone had a modem feature.
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Look for obstructions or bent tabs on the sockets and plug.
Do other USB devices work? Look closely at the plugs to compare them with the modem plug. Are there pieces bent or missing? Contacts corroded? Chewing gum in the slot? Are you trying to install it right-side-up? Your question indicates that you can't get the plug physically into the socket. The answer is that something is blocking it. To figure out where the problem is, get other USB devices and cords and see if they will plug in. If they will, the problem is with the modem plug. If they won't, the problem is with the laptop. Visual comparison is your friend. Tolerances are fairly tight so very minor differences can have a big impact. Go slow, be gentle, never force anything.
you are missing the driver insert the driver disk and it shoud install it if not go to device manager and under network adapters. see if your NIC is there click on it and up date drivers let or direct it to the driver disk
633 - The port is already in use or is not configured for Remote Access dialout
This error can occur if:
The modem is actually in use - make sure you don't have other applications that are using the modem. Applications that can use the modem include fax software, terminal software (like HyperTerminal), as well as voice software including software that can make your modem an answering machine or speakerphone.
One way of seeing all running applications is to press CTRL+ALT+DEL and look at the Task List or Task Manager. This will display the actual program names - it may be difficult to pinpoint which, if any, programs are accessing the modem. Terminating tasks are about the only way - however, if you terminate certain tasks, your system may crash or become unstable.
The telephone.ini file is missing or damaged - If the telephone.ini file is missing or damaged, you can create a new one by running Tapiini.exe - this file is in the \windows\system folder. Before you run this, rename the telephone.ini file and reboot your PC if it already exists. Then, run the tapiini.exe file. This program will run very quickly and may not appear to do anything. You can verify the program created the telephone.ini file by searching for it.
The telephone.ini file is a Microsoft Windows file that stores settings for all TAPI-enabled applications including DUNS.
Make sure the modem named in the DUNS entry matches the name of your installed modem - You can check the name of your modem in ControlPanel->Modems.
Windows 95/98 - Can occur if the Unimodem TAPI file (unimdm.tsp) is missing or damaged. See MS KB Q150619
Windows XP - Can occur if another device's driver has a conflict with the modem driver. MS KB 324760 indicates this can occur with older Palm Desktop HotSynch Software.
You have to follow these steps exactly: 1. You have to start WModem; if there is a data connection already on, you will be notify to turn it off first. 2. You have to trurn on InternetSharing; you must do boths steps to be connected. After the initial connection, 3. You have to plug the USB cord into the Tilt, 4. You then plug the connected Tilt with the USB and plug the corresponding end into the laptop's USB; this action turs on the modem in your laptop and not Sync. Of course these instruction are for Windows Vista only.
Ok sometimes PABX systems just don't seem to play well with modems... as a thought put a couple of Commas, a "Pause" B4, AND AFTER ya try to dial the 9, IE: ,,9, As sometime it takes a while for the PABX to "Latch on" to the DTMF tones. Thats all I can think of really.