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Is that correct? This is often the case when thefiles are pre-copied by a manufacturer on the hard drive. Using Fax, you can choose to send and receive faxes with a local fax device attached to your computer, or with a remote fax device connected to fax resources located on On the Microsoft website, I couldn't find these files for download; however the site did tell you to install the utility from the Windows XP disc. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-pro-missing-files.html

Which file or entries you have to modify? The only price you pay is your phone company's long distance charge if you're faxing out of your geographic area. (Received faxes are free.) Faxes usually take one or two minutes What's the deal? You made me work hard at this and I have learned a lot. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-windows-xp-missing-fax-files.191332/page-2

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Comment from Ben Time July 14, 2010 at 8:33 am What does the proce per page work out at for faxing with XP fax? I directed Windows Add/ Remove Programs via Control Panel away from the E:/ prompt to C:/Windows/ServicePackFiles/i386 C:/Windows/System32 C:/Windows/DriverCache/i386 Nothing works. Click here to join today! Can't find your answer ?

Your cache administrator is webmaster. Comment from BillyJoe Time November 24, 2010 at 7:20 pm Thanks very much for information on finding, installing and using the hidden fax program in xp. And, of course, if you're not home to click Yes, you'll never receive any faxes. There, you can remove portions of Windows itself, including "Fax Services." Hopefully, you can remove that and start from scratch.

Comment from Kevin H Time October 26, 2010 at 3:05 pm Using WinXP w/HP 5610 All-In-One printer. Comment from Angus Perkerson Time March 8, 2010 at 8:00 am Andy, About six months ago I dropped the AT&T phone line and went to DSL only. This is often the case when the> files are pre-copied by a manufacturer on the hard drive. find more info I cannot open the fax console.

Stay logged in Sign up now! fxsevent.dll all the necessary fax files are in the system32 folder except for these two.... And the automatic answer is not working. Comment from Mark Time January 16, 2011 at 9:42 pm Hi Andy, I want to replace an all-in-one printer/scanner/fax unit & do my faxing through a PC to save on costs,

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letters stretched way out), or get sent incomplete, or seem to freeze up in the middle. why not find out more A cable modem can't send faxes, either. Copy The I386 Source Folder To Your Hd And Change The Source Path No joy.> > > >> > > > I feel sure the problem is down to an errant registry key, if only I> > knew> > > > where to look!> Windows Xp Calculator Download I love my Apple computer.

Comment from Yamy Time January 29, 2010 at 1:58 pm Hi I have installed this but I am using Magic jack I know someone who told me they were using it http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-xp/solved-use-xp-cd-to-replace-missing-files-for-xp-pro.html Double click on them and you will get a prompt for the file to use to open them. Click Finish, and then click Close. ... You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second.

When the installation routine is unable to find the necessary installation files (even when directed to the appropriate i386 Folder) it usually means that the installation files are compressed. All the best, ppl! :-) About Contact Us Archives Glossary Forums Archive Advertise AdChoices PCMag.com ExtremeTech ComputerShopper Logicbuy Toolbox.com ziff davis © 1996-2013 Ziff Davis, Inc. Sending a fax in Windows XP For instance, to fax a letter you've written in Word or WordPad, choose Print from the File menu. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-sys-files-missing.html Your directions worked perfectly.

This is bizarre, because I was able to install the fax program in the past. I needed to use the CD. solved Outlook 'sent items' sync between platforms?

Thanks, Mark.

Also, some wireless, standalone all-in-one printers might be able to do that, as well. When theproblem re-occurred I removed the file and the problem corrected itselfafter I'd closed and re-started fax console. I hope.... If you can find a friend with a Windows XP retail CD, though, you can grab the files from there.

I have sent and received faxes using a MagicJack plugged into the back of the PC. If I hover the mouse in the right pane where they should> be> > > > listed a flag appears showing date and time sent. Second time I left> it> > > over night between. check my blog The Fax Monitor waits silently for your next junk fax to arrive -- provided you leave a telephone cord constantly plugged into both your phone outlet and your computer's fax modem.

Could you open this corrupt file from the SentItems folder?> > This will be a rather laborious solution, but it's nice to know what> caused> > it.> > -- > > If so, what changed before they stopped displaying?