Question about Genica Conexant R6793-11 56K V.92 Data/Fax PCI Modem (A-CM56-88)
MY computer is Optiplex GX260
512MB, Non-ECC , 266MHzDDR, 2x256, Gx260
40GB EIDE, 7200RPM, ATA/100 Hard Drive, GX260
Windows XP, ProffesionalVersion, NTFS, CD, English, Optiplex
Intergrated Intel Gibabit NIC, 10/100/1000, with Alert Standards Format, GX260
V.92. PCI, Data /FAx Modem, Low Profile , GX260
I use a motorola SB5100 cable modem
And computer came with connexant 56K DATA/FAx modem.
I have Windows XP, I conect to the internet thru cable modem, Normally I just run a phone line from my computer to my land line and fax ward documents with out any problems. Usually the fax console/moniter pops up to show the progress of my faxes being sent . Not only do my faxws not go out but the console/moniter does not pop up either.
. When I go to fax console and then outbox my fax attempts are there with red circle with x in it . Upon opening properties of a outbox fax the extended status reads "fatal Error" , along with JOB ID: 0x0201080a30b2a429, Broadcast ID:0x2001080a30b2a1b8. Not that this means anything but I figure I 'll give as much information as possible.
I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling. I have checked to make sure all dependencies are started in services also. I ran diagnosis on modem and copied the log from conexant modems dagnoisis tab.
I went to Device manager , right clicked 56k data/fax modem to properties, then went to driver details tab and copied driver files:
I am about at my wits end. Up until recently I had been able to fax SO EASILY!!! I don't know if I have given all the information need but if not please just ask. I am keeping my fingers crossed you guys will be able to help me.
I look forward to getting a response!
Usually confilcts arrise like this when 2 or more type connections are present on one comp especially if not integrated on same card together. solution: disable nic reboot pc then send fax should go alright. though if you have call waiting you should disable it before sending any fax. try using WINFAX proven technology.
Usually confilcts arrise like this when 2 or more type connections are present on one comp especially if not integrated on same card together.
solution: disable nic reboot pc then send fax should go alright.
though if you have call waiting you should disable it before sending any fax. try using WINFAX proven technology.
Posted on Oct 19, 2007
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