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More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About If there is/are no requirement(s) to use an external port adapter, set the option(s) for it/them to OFF in the system BIOS so these ports becomes available for some other internal Occasionally, two devices require the same resources, resulting in a device conflict. To hang up the modem afterwards, type:echo ATH0 > COM(x) (where (x) is the serial port number to which the modem is connected/assigned) Note: The ATM1L3X0DT12345 command is a signal to

weilinJul 10, 2006, 3:25 AM host name is the name of your pc. If it is make sure the properties are set to obtain automatically, make sure the DNS is disabled and make sure the WINS configuration is using DHCP for wins resolutions. Have you checked to see if you have the latest drivers for either of the NICs that you used? If you are unsure whether or not a specific program should be disabled, click to clear all of the check boxes except f the following check boxes: - ScanRegistry - SystemTray

Windows 98 Lan Setup

SObjectException No More. fredgibletJul 10, 2006, 1:40 AM Just remembered sonething, I've also got a Win 98 box that won't get on the net. If it indicates a third-party communications driver, comment out the line by placing a semicolon in front of it, and then add the following line to the [boot] section:COMM.DRV=COMM.DRV Note: Notebook/Laptop you then need the motherboard cd check it in explorer you should see a folder on the cd for cnr amr port drivers, this needs loading for windows to see the

  1. i would post it on for ya but i cant because that computer isnt the one i can get online with now.
  2. woodchip 20:42 22 Jul 05 if it a amr or cnr it will not see it.
  3. Check that the modem is working correctly by testing direct communication to the COM port.
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  5. After you finish with the information displayed in that window, simply close it, and you'll pop right back to where you progressed from.
  6. You may further verify information contained in those key by opening the applicable modem INF file (the default \INF folder) with NotePad, and reading through it as you would any text
  7. wallisJul 10, 2006, 5:40 AM you could also create a fresh network conection from scratch mesarectifierJul 10, 2006, 6:05 AM None of them ping, and I'm not really sure what you
  8. Windows 98 Update Device Driver wizard can search for the best driver or display a list from which you can select the appropriate driver.
  9. If you ascertain that the key information no longer applies, it's your decision to delete it or leave it alone.d.
  10. If this occurs, manually change the resource settings to be sure each setting is unique.

Anything it is doing that it shouldn't be? In these cases, change the properties of the Dial-Up Networking connection to use the new modem settings. Use winipcfg to find out if the network card was assigned an ip address. "Possibly" the network card is bad, i've had a few linksys network cards that I just couldn't Windows 98 Connect To Internet Via Ethernet Robotics Web site: http://www.usr.com/home/online/trblshot/13011.htm Standard Modem Troubleshooting Because a standard modem is not dependent on the operating system being used, there are additional troubleshooting steps that can be used to verify

Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Troubleshoot Modem Problems in Windows 98 This is a Microsoft knowledge base article. Other than instaling them to see if THEY work I can't think of anything.But if you have a copy of 98 maybe you should try re-installing, the best part about 98 c. http://www.netfaqs.com/windows/dun/win98/Modem/index.asp However, if COM1 and COM2 are turned OFF in the CMOS/BIOS, COM3 and COM4 may use those interrupts as is.

If "OK" is displayed, HyperTerminal is accessing the COM port directly, in the same manner as a 16-bit program. M1 is a universal command to turn the modem's speaker on if it is off by default. If the problem exist with an HFC (software modem), I simply do not get involved with their setup or reported problems. Is there anything else that the computer isn't doing that it should be?

How To Connect Windows 98 To Wireless Internet

The best way to identify the type of modem is to check the documentation. For information about how to resolve the problem, contact the program's manufacturer. *16-bit programs: 16-bit programs access the COM port directly. Windows 98 Lan Setup NOTE: To restart your computer in MS-DOS mode, click Start, click Shut Down, click Restart In MS-DOS Mode, and then click OK. Windows 98 Not Connecting To Internet Terminal:(1) From the "Accessory" group, open "Hyper Terminal" or simply type Hypertrm on the Start, Run line and press Enter.(2) If it's never been used, a "Connection Description" window will be

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Now you've done it, the Linux fanboys will be out in force to inform you of exactly how incredibly easy it is to run Linux now.:)Good Luck. If not you are going to have to figure out what card it is and get the correct driver. I found it too important not to show you the whole thing. How To Connect Windows 98 To Internet Using Lan

Standard modems operate independently of the operating system being used. If you are unable to connect to a BBS we recommend contacting you computer or modem manufacturer. but that is about it for numbers. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-98/solved-modem-in-win98-2000.html If HyperTerminal is not installed, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base for more information about installing additional components: ARTICLE - ID: Q188125 TITLE : Windows 98 Components

However, when reconfiguring Dial-Up Networking to select the correctly installed modem, the modem removed will no longer appear nor will DUN try to use it. Additional configurations for each port that allows editing of IRQ assignment, but do not allow change of I/O address ? PainJul 10, 2006, 3:12 AM The dns setting on the w98 box will be 192.168.0.1 (the routers LAN IP address).

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What was the tallest structure built in Middle-earth? If you have removed or made any modifications, reboot the computer to allow Windows to reinitialize the devices. This error message can occur if the modem is using a new serial port assignment due to new devices installed by Windows 98 hardware detection. This may occur even if the modem was working properly in Windows 95.

If you can bring this up, continue to the next section. To install modem hardware, it is recommended that you refer to the manufacturer's documentation. Install PPPoE client sw Have a look at this link. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 3 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions

That means the number u picked is being used by another pc.Hope this helps mesarectifierJul 10, 2006, 2:35 AM Okay, I've set the following (having disabled DHCP on the router):IP: 192.168.0.9Gateway: If Communications Port (COM1) is not present, install the a Communications Port. youdidwhatJul 10, 2006, 7:41 AM When you open the network in your control panel, is it showing the TCP/IP -> (Network adapter name)? I've since deleted the modem from the device manager and hardware profile and have physically taken the modem out and re-installed it but even the hardware device wizard didnt detect it

Apr 22, 2009 #14 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. Resource settings a standard modem uses include an input/output (I/O) address and interrupt request (IRQ).