From DOS, change to the DSP2\SOLO subdirectory and run CONFIG. Run Automatic
Setup and Test; the configuration program will correct the DMA channel and select one
that does not cause a conflict in your system.
If you receive the message "Error loading OCDSP.OP file" when running the
CONFIG.EXE program, change your working directory to the directory where
CONFIG.EXE is found (usually C:\DSP2\SOLO) before running the CONFIG.EXE
program. The CONFIG.EXE program expects to find the OCDSP.OP file in the current
9. OS/2 Users:
If, after installing the OS/2 diskettes, running CONFIGO, shutting down, and rebooting your
machine, you receive error messages on your screen, you may have a configuration conflict.
Run CONFIGO again and choose different settings that do not conflict with the other
hardware settings in your system. See your system documentation for details. If you have a
dual boot machine and have run CONFIG in Windows successfully, make sure the settings
you chose in CONFIGO match the ones you chose in CONFIG.
OS/2 Users: If you are using OS/2, do not open the Mwave modem in OS/2 and WIN-
OS/2 at the same time. It will hang the system if you open both of them.
FAXWORKS FOR OS/2 USERS
1. If you install FaxWorks for OS/2 on your system after you have installed the Multimedia
Modem Plus, make sure to add the proper COM Port information to your CONFIG.SYS, as
"Configuring your Multimedia Modem Plus for OS/2
Note: The comments above the FaxWorks statements tell you not to modify them. Modify
the COM Port statement as documented anyway!
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