CONFIGURING YOUR MULTIMEDIA MODEM PLUS FOR WINDOWS
NOTE: If you are upgrading from the Multimedia Modem or have any other Mwave software
installed in your computer, you must remove the old Mwave software to avoid conflicts with the
new Mwave software. The setup program that is part of your installation package should be used
to remove the old Multimedia Modem Mwave software from your hard disk drive.
NOTE: You must run the CONFIG.EXE program after running Setup or your Multimedia
Modem Plus will not operate properly. Your mouse does not work when you are running the
CONFIG.EXE program. Use the arrow > and tab keys to move the cursor.
The configuration program CONFIG.EXE analyzes your operating system to determine and
resolve any conflicts with the Multimedia Modem Plus. For most computers you can choose the
Automatic Setup and Test option and the configuration program selects the correct settings.
For known conflicts and solutions, see "Troubleshooting."
To configure the Multimedia Modem Plus for Windows operating systems:
1. Do one of the following:
! In Windows 95, select SHUTDOWN from the start menu, then select RESTART THE
COMPUTER IN DOS MODE, and click on YES.
! In Windows 3.x, exit Windows.
2. At the DOS prompt, change to directory C:\DSP2\SOLO.
If you did not install the Mwave software in C:\DSP2\SOLO, change to the appropriate
3. At the directory prompt, type CONFIG and press ENTER.
4. Select OK to enter the CONFIG.EXE program.
5. Select AUTOMATIC SETUP AND TEST and press ENTER. After tests are complete, press
ENTER to continue.
NOTE: If you connected your CD-ROM to the Multimedia Modem Plus, you must
complete the CD-ROM information fields in the Setup window. For more information
about these fields, see
If the CONFIG.EXE program appears to hang your computer while testing the DSP
DMA channel or the SB DMA channel, restart your computer. The CONFIG.EXE
program stores the DMA channel conflict that occurred and avoids reselecting the DMA
channel that caused the device conflict. Start the CONFIG.EXE program again and
reselect the Automatic Setup and Test option.
6. If the automatic setup was successful, select EXIT to end the configuration program.
Record the configuration information. You will it if you plan to install the Multimedia
Modem Plus under both OS/2 Warp and Windows in the same computer.
7. Answer yes to the questions about updating your system files when you are prompted by the
8. Shutdown and restart Windows or Windows 95.
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