Hi usasma, Thanks for the reply Boo.
Long time I haven't talked to you... so how's the wife and all forty two of those grand kids? OK, terminating those processes would be an idea except that I have no idea what they would look like... I mean none of them say modem so I'm lost there.
Not to worry though, somehow I have managed to get past that OpenComm error thingy. I'm not sure if that is because I updated the drivers again, or because I put that ATMO where Louis told me to put it but for what it's worth I did it.
Nope, that still didn't cure my problem with the modem but it let me get farther along. I'm adding the latest log that I got to the bottom of this post.
Now insert a long line of expletives here --> @$#*&&^%$ <-- This thing is trying to drive me to have another drink. When I'm looking at my "Phone and Modem" it's telling me that the modem is attached to COM3. OK, I can go along with that.
But when I look in Device Manager under Ports it list my "Communications Port" as COM1, that just doesn't sound right to me.
Then when I snuck a peek at the modems properties, under the Advanced Tab I found "Advanced Port Settings." Nosy like I am, I clicked on it and discovered that it said COM Port Number COM3. I saw the menu button next to it, and clicked on that sucker thinking that I might need to reset it to COM1.
Well, as luck would have it COM1 is listed as [In Use] so I didn't mess with it.
Hi hamluis, Thanks for the reply Boo.
No, you aren't being stupid, you just hadn't read far enough. Device Manager is lying it's butt off, because it's telling me that everything is working as it should be, and it isn't indicating any problems anywhere. COM3 seems to be the preferred default setting for the modem to as I clicked the reset defaults button and nothing changed.
I ran an update on the modem drivers, and I stuck that ATMO statement where you said to put it, and between the two something cleared the OpenComm error that I was getting, however, it didn't completely cure the problem that I'm having.
No, I haven't tried using anything other than the PhoneTray program with COM3 because I have no fricking idea what I'm doing, and I don't want to break anything else. Though I would have tried switching it to COM1 if that one hadn't said that it was in use.
When I tried running the diagnostic tool on the modem it put an X where it said "Card" and told me that it couldn't communicate with the modem. It gave me a "Fix" option, which I clicked on, and all that sucked did was to toss up a little notice telling me to contact support.
I have no idea how to do that as the only address I have is --> smlink.com and when I try to go there I get this --> http://smlink.com/smlink4.asp
and "The Page Could Not Be Found".
Google just flat out hates me too as every time I try to Google something about SmartLink 56k Voice Modem I get this --> http://www.google.com/sorry/?continue=http...2Bvoice%2Bmodem
<-- every time that I click on one of their suggested links.
Does the log at the bottom give any hints as to what might be wrong?
Thanks for your time guys.
12-02-2007 01:46:19.875 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\tapisrv.dll, Version 5.1.2600
12-02-2007 01:46:19.875 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\unimdm.tsp, Version 5.1.2600
12-02-2007 01:46:19.875 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\unimdmat.dll, Version 5.1.2600
12-02-2007 01:46:19.875 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\uniplat.dll, Version 5.1.2600
12-02-2007 01:46:19.906 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\modem.sys, Version 5.1.2600
12-02-2007 01:46:19.906 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\modemui.dll, Version 5.1.2600
12-02-2007 01:46:19.953 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\mdminst.dll, Version 5.1.2600
12-02-2007 01:46:19.953 - Modem type: 56Kbps Internal Modem
12-02-2007 01:46:19.953 - Modem inf path: oem1.inf
12-02-2007 01:46:19.953 - Modem inf section: Modem1
12-02-2007 01:46:19.953 - Matching hardware ID: pci\ven_10b9&dev_5459&subsys_910014fe
12-02-2007 01:46:21.015 - 460800,8,N,1, ctsfl=1, rtsctl=2
12-02-2007 01:46:21.015 - Initializing modem.
12-02-2007 01:46:21.031 - Send: AT<cr>
12-02-2007 01:46:21.031 - Recv: AT<cr>
12-02-2007 01:46:21.031 - Command Echo
12-02-2007 01:46:21.031 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
12-02-2007 01:46:21.031 - Interpreted response: OK
12-02-2007 01:46:21.046 - Send: AT &F E0 V1 &A3 &D2 &C1 S0=0<cr>
12-02-2007 01:46:21.046 - Recv: AT &F E0 V1 &A3 &D2 &C1 S0=0<cr>
12-02-2007 01:46:21.046 - Command Echo
12-02-2007 01:46:21.046 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
12-02-2007 01:46:21.046 - Interpreted response: OK
12-02-2007 01:46:21.062 - Send: ATS7=60S19=0L1M1\N3%C3&H1N1X4<cr>
12-02-2007 01:46:21.062 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
12-02-2007 01:46:21.062 - Interpreted response: OK
12-02-2007 01:46:21.062 - Sending user initialization commands.
12-02-2007 01:46:21.078 - Send: ATMO<cr>
12-02-2007 01:46:21.078 - Recv: <cr><lf>ERROR<cr><lf>
12-02-2007 01:46:21.078 - Interpreted response: Error
12-02-2007 01:46:21.078 - Session Statistics:
12-02-2007 01:46:21.078 - Reads : 59 bytes
12-02-2007 01:46:21.078 - Writes: 67 bytes
ATQ0V1E0 - OK
AT+GMM - 56Kbps Internal Modem
AT+FCLASS=? - 0,1,8
AT#CLS=? - 0,1,8
AT+GCI? - +GCI:B5
AT+GCI=? - +GCI:(B5,02,07,09,0A,0C,0F,16,1A,1B,20,25,26,2D,2E,31,36,B8,3C,3D,42,46,50,51,52,53,54,57,58,59,00,5E,61,62,64,69,6C,70,73,77,7B,7E,82,83,84,88,89,8A,8B,8E,98,9C,9F,A0,A1,A5,A6,A9,AD,AE,B3,B4,B7,BC)
ATI1 - 56Kbps Internal Modem
Smart Link (www.smlink.com)
ATI2 - Smart Link (www.smlink.com)
ATI3 - Smart Link (www.smlink.com)
SIL-22(Pri) on SL1800 PCI
ATI4 - Active Profile:
S00=000 S01=000 S02=043 S03=013 S04=010 S05=008 S06=002 S07=060
S08=002 S09=006 S10=128 S11=100 S12=050 S13=000 S14=000 S15=001
S16=001 S17=000 S18=000 S19=000 S20=000 S21=000 S22=000 S23=000
S24=050 S25=000 S26=000 S27=008 S28=000 S29=001 S30=002 S31=001
S32=090 S33=009 S34=034 S35=000 S36=000 S37=000 S38=000 S39=002
S40=000 S41=000 S42=000 S43=000 S44=000 S45=250 S46=000 S47=000
S48=000 S49=000 S50=000 S51=000 S52=000 S53=000 S54=000 S55=000
S56=004 S57=000 S58=000 S59=000 S60=001 S61=000 S62=001 S63=000
S64=000 S65=000 S66=000 S67=000 S68=000 S69=000 S70=000 S71=000
S72=019 S73=003 S74=153 S75=000 S76=004 S77=010 S78=000 S79=070
S80=070 S81=000 S82=002 S83=055 S84=000 S85=000 S86=000 S87=000
ATI5 - Stored Profile 0:
ATI6 - Stored Profile 1:
ATI7 - Country: USA
Serial Number: 98638029
Protocol Factor: 49f978b9
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