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Posted 01 August 2014 - 06:27 PM
FWIW I have an HP Media Center m7664x running Windows 7 Pro and I can't get the PC to recognize the built in "56K bps data/fax modem" after Windows 7 upgrade. No modem shows up in my device manager as it did under XP even when I select the show hidden devices option. Local Services is set to run the fax service automatically so the service is not disabled.
My HP 5610 printer/copier/fax set up reports my hardware passes the set up test but failed the "phone line connection test". I know the phone cord is good because I can plug a phone into the same cord and the phone works fine. (There are no DSL type filters in the phone cord signal path).
When I use the Windows 7 manual Fax set up it asks me "on what ports do I want to install it on" after I manually select the 56000 bps standard modem from the drop down menu. There are no drop down options for ports only an empty box to manually type in a port. All other select-able options are grayed out.
System specs say nothing about how this modem is connected (PCI or what?) OR what port it can or should connect to.
Hyperlink to product specs not working for me either at the moment.
I don't want to hijack original posters question but it came up in my search before I opened a new question thread and thought there might be a possibility there could be some underlying issue in common. If so perhaps my issue could shed some light on it. If not I will post a new separate thread for my question later.
Posted 02 August 2014 - 10:46 AM
That board has integrated LAN, you won't see a card if you remove the case cover...but there is a network connector protruding from the appropriate spot at the rear of the system.
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