Cannot setup dial-up connection.
The modem works - responds to query.
(Tested with windows fax utility, can send and receive faxes)
I want to setup dial up connection (for area with bad wireless/cable) - but get "error 633".
Problems started when someone tried to configure something (probably did it wrong); altered setting for services _or maybe_ deleted some windows files.
Remote Access Diagnostic Report is here: http://tiny.cc/dialup100
Modem using port 28. Diagnostic Test succeeded.
Dial up networking settings screen shots are here: http://tiny.cc/l8sxyw
When clicking "connect" the 633 error comes up immediately.
OS Windows 7.
Restore points unavailable.
Connection via Cable just fine.
No Malware or Virus Issue.
I ran SFC /SCANNOW. Verification 100% complete. "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations".
I ran Tweaking.com - Windows Repair - didn't help.
Is there someone who knows which files and services are needed / or a workaround to only [manually] install windows files necessary for internet dial-up connection ?
Edited by BjohnUS, 19 June 2013 - 09:28 PM.