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I note from the manual that the following are supported Analogue Modems;
  • Microcom DeskPorte 56k External (class 1)
  • Microcom DeskPorte Internal /L
  • Microcom InPorte Home
  • USRobotics Courier (class 1, 2.0)
  • Zyxel Omni 56k (class 2, 2.0)


Is this a finite list, or simply a list of those that it is known to specifically work with?

I ask as I'm trying to get the trial fax sender up and unning on a Windows 2000 (SBS) Server machine with no joy.

The modem is an internal Phonic Lite v92/v90 PCI Modem, driver reports it as a CNX V9x PCI Modem. Every time I try to fax from KMS I get a 4.5.0 Com2 Not Responding error. It then seems to lock the port open and I can't do anything with it until it's power cycled.

Ttried the normal things like swapping IRQ, Com Port etc but no joy. I appreciate it's a 'Soft' Modem but it doe support Class 1 Fax and Group III Send/Receive. Works fine with MS Fax and WinFax, I just hoped to tie it all together. Does KMS Not Use the actual OS Drivers and talk direct? Or should I just be looking for another modem?

TIA
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