modem

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by welsh superstar, Feb 9, 2002.

  1. can anyone help i have a intel v92 ham modem i installed xp and i cant get it to work
    when i checked system compatibly it said i may require additional files
    if anyone can help me out they will be my new hero
     
  2. BonyTony

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    You can either find new drivers for your modem at the manufacturers web site or you can install it using the Compatibility mode wizard which you will find under accessories in your pop up lists..ie..start..programmes..accessories...if you still have trouble state the make so we can have a look for you.
     
  3. i am pretty new to this so i dont no much about computers
    all i know is that my modem is a intel v92 ham data fax voice modem i had to uninstall xp and go back to 98 cause i couldnt connect to the internet i went to intel but couldnt find any new drivers
     
  4. BonyTony

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    Copied from help file in XP

    Getting older programs to run on Windows XPMost programs run properly on Windows XP. The exceptions are some older games and other programs that were written specifically for an earlier version of Windows. To run your program on Windows XP, try the following:

    Run the Program Compatibility Wizard. As an alternative, you can set the compatibility properties manually.
    Update your program, drivers, or hardware.
    These options are covered in detail below.

    The Program Compatibility Wizard
    This wizard prompts you to test your program in different modes (environments) and with various settings. For example, if the program was originally designed to run on Windows 95, set the compatibility mode to Windows 95 and try running your program again. If successful, the program will start in that mode each time. The wizard also allows you to try different settings, such as switching the display to 256 colors and the screen resolution to 640 x 480 pixels.

    If compatibility problems prevent you from installing a program on Windows XP, run the Program Compatibility Wizard on the setup file for the program. The file may be called Setup.exe or something similar, and is probably located on the Installation disc for the program.

    To run the Program Compatibility Wizard
    Start the Program Compatibility Wizard.
    Follow the instructions in the wizard.
    Note

    To start the Program Compatibility Wizard, click Start, click Help and Support, click Find compatible hardware and software for Windows XP, and then, under See Also in the navigation pane, click Program Compatibility Wizard.
    Set the compatibility properties manually
    As an alternative to running the Program Compatibility Wizard, you can set the compatibility properties for a program manually. The settings are the same as the options in the Program Compatibility Wizard.

    To set the compatibility properties for a program manually
    Right-click the program icon on your desktop or the shortcut on the Start menu for the program you want to run, and then click Properties.
    Click the Compatibility tab, and change the compatibility settings for your program.
    Notes

    The Compatibility tab is only available for programs installed on your hard drive. Although you can run the Program Compatibility Wizard on programs or setup files on a CD-ROM or floppy disk, your changes will not remain in effect after you close the program.
    For more information about an option on the Compatibility tab, right-click the option and then click What's This.
    Update your program or drivers
    If your program does not run correctly after testing it with the Program Compatibility Wizard, check the Web for updates or other fixes, as follows:

    Check the Web site of the program's manufacturer to see if an update or patch is available.
    Check Windows Update to see if a fix is available for the program. Click Home on the menu bar of Help and Support Center, then click Windows Update in the right pane.
    If the program is a game that uses DirectX, ensure that you are using the latest version of DirectX. In addition, check the Web site of the manufacturer of your video card or sound card to see if newer drivers are available for either of them.
     
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