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◊ Check that the modem's IRQ and COM settings do not
conflict with other peripherals already present in your
system. Go to 9.
◊ Check that the modem is correctly seated in the socket and
securely screwed into place.
2.
Modem will not dial and produces a no dial tone response.
◊ Check telephone wiring.
3.
Modem dials but goes dead on connection, or modem dials
but connect response does not appear.
◊ Check that communication software is configured with the
correct IRQ setting (the same IRQ as the modem).
◊ Check telephone wiring.
4.
Modem dials, connect response appears and then the modem
goes dead.
◊ Check that your communication software has been set up
for use with the correct modem type and model.
◊ Check that your modem's word length, parity and stop bit
settings are the same as the modem you are trying to
communicate with.
◊ Check that you are using the same terminal emulation
mode as the remote system.
◊ After making a connection press the return key a few times,
the remote system may be waiting to receive your data
before it begins.
◊ Check that modem's IRQ and COM settings do not
conflict with other peripherals already present in your
system. Go to 9.
5.
Modem dials, connection garbled.
◊ Check that your modem's word length, parity and stop bit
settings are the same as the modem you are trying to
communicate with. A typical set up would have 8 data bits,
1 stop bit and no parity (sometimes referred to as 8-N-1).
T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g
MS660 OWNER'S HANDBOOK
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