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Motorola Modem Configuration

By kagil87 ·
In fact I have a problem with a Motorola Modem firstly I installed the modem and configure it properly and it worked without any problem(with a name of Motorola Wave Sound Modem) later on I had a problem that oblidged me to remove the modem card. When fixed it again it fails to work and I restarted the computer and at restarting the computer detected a modem with a different name(Motorola speakerphone Modem )and I install the drive from the cd rom provided with the modem when tested the modemit shows me that it's working but when I dialled I failed to connect.I removed the modem and restart the computer and the computer detected the second Modem name so I want to know What can I do to deal with that Problem ?
Please help !!!!

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by Krunch In reply to Motorola Modem Configurat ...

(Assuming you have Windows 9x)
First, for the latest list of drivers, I would go to www.driverguide.com using a login of drivers and password all and retreive your latest Motorola modem driver. I would put that in a directory on the C drive.Next, I would go to Start/Settings/Control Panel/System and under the Device Manager tab I would remove the modem (by clicking open the + sign and clicking on remove beside the device.)

Then I would reboot the machine and when it says it found a new device (your modem hopefully) I would point it to that directory where you downloaded your modem drivers.

HTH!

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by True_Texan In reply to Motorola Modem Configurat ...

Plug and Play is a wonderful thing as long it works correctly; however, sometimes it simply doesn't detect things correctly.

First, make sure that you know exactly what modem drivers should be installed for the modem. Go into the control panel and remove all modem devices. Shut the system down. Insure that the modem is installed correctly. Turn the system back on and let PNP analyze the "new" device. If it doesn't install the correct device, remove the all modem devices in Control Paneland install the drivers manually per the manufacturer's instructions.

One other thing to check is the placement of the modem card if this is in a desktop. Placing certain add-on cards next to each other (ie. some modems beside some video cards) may cause sporadic problems on certain models.

Hope this helps

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by Jethro_Bodine In reply to Motorola Modem Configurat ...

In addition to the good advice already provided, check out John Navas' site: http://navasgrp.home.att.net/. It contains a fairly decent modem FAQ which might provide some more answers for you. Best to you!

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