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  • in reply to: DRAG & DROP ? #9422

    TALONTRAX
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    Great info . . . & thanks. Now i`m left with the mystery of how/why the original desktop icon disappeared in the 1st. place . . . ? ? ? Thanks again for the great info !!

    in reply to: DRAG & DROP ? #9420

    TALONTRAX
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    Thanks for the explanation. I did a search for laughs on .exe switches, & didn`t really find much on the topic. I did, however, create another identical shortcut on the desktop(with a different name)without the -fd switch & it worked also, even with the winfax controller off. Anyway, problem solved & thank you for your help & expertise !

    in reply to: DRAG & DROP ? #9418

    TALONTRAX
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    Awesome . . . That was what I needed. I didn`t know which “exe” in the installation folder was the drag & drop, Thanks ! Also, I added the same shortcut to the “send to” folder in documents & settings. Now, all I have to do is right click my file to be faxed & “send to” the new shortcut, & that works also. Btw . . . what is the purpose/reason for the -fd extension/suffix ?? that is interesting . . .

    in reply to: Negotiating . . . #9400

    TALONTRAX
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    Smart modular technologies inc, model # 90109. The FCC id #`s on the board did`nt come up in the search in the FCC.GOV link you provided.

    in reply to: Negotiating . . . #9398

    TALONTRAX
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    It has a Lucent chip on it . . . manufactured in Canada. The number on the chip is : 1648t00, Lucent technologies`96.

    in reply to: Negotiating . . . #9396

    TALONTRAX
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    Ok . . . removed the old pci modem & got this :

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004BU8O9Y/ref=oh_o00_s00_i00_details

    Waaaaay faster connection on both send & receive, no multi page issues like before, No handshake at the end issues like before, Winfax never worked this well before. Problem solved. Thanks again everyone . . .

    in reply to: Negotiating . . . #9395

    TALONTRAX
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    Update . . . now it has stopped working completely. After what I thought was a confirmed fix with the updated drivers, Now zero modem operation. New 1 will be here tomorrow (hopefully). I`ll get back shortly with the outcome – & thanks everyone for the help & support –

    in reply to: Negotiating . . . #9393

    TALONTRAX
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    Think I got it fixed. Removed the pci modem & with the help of a magnifying glass, I got numbers off the modem card (lucent 1648t00) located & installed the correct drivers . . . good so far.

    in reply to: Negotiating . . . #9392

    TALONTRAX
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    That`s very interesting . . . & makes sense. When I update/roll back the modem drivers in attempt to solve this, I notice that the modem as listed in device manager will take on the name of the driver software ; Agere winmodem, Lucent winmodem, etc. When I un-install the modem (in device manager, or physically from the machine) & then re-install it, The found new hardware wizard identifies it as a generic networking device & proceeds to install what I believe to be windows xp default drivers automatically (see attached). Can anyone recommend a different type/vendor of driver ?

    in reply to: Negotiating . . . #9390

    TALONTRAX
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    I`m not sure. It is on a pci slot & came with the motherboard. Due to the inconsistency of this issue, I think it`s failing. So,I`m gonna eat the 11 bucks & try a new pci modem With it`s own propriatary drivers & see what happens. I`ll post back with the outcome. Thanks everyone for your help & responses. Great community here . . .

    in reply to: Negotiating . . . #9388

    TALONTRAX
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    I Think it`s set to class 1 type data/fax modem automatically, but I`ll check it out, & thanks for the reply ! Strange how it works ok in Win7 all the time, & only intermittently in xp . . .

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