My Modem type has changed why ?

  MICKY BOY 17:43 31 Jan 04
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Can anybody help? Have just reinstalled Windows 95 back onto my old computer.
I downloaded Cheyenne Bitware software off the net and installed as before. But find that the type of Modem has changed. My modem used to be a Dataflex PC Comms Office Plus.
After carrying out a modem scan in Cheyenne Bitware using the auto detect button it shows the modem as Sierra V.34 Voice modem. How I don’t know.

Have gone into Control Panel – System – Device manager. This shows the modem as a Standard Modem But under other devices showing a ? sign a Dataflex PC Comms Office Plus is shown.

Has anyone any suggestions how this has happened and how I can assign my Dataflex PC Comms Office Plus as the modem for Cheyenne Bitware and not as Other Devices as it indicates.

Mick

  MichelleC 17:50 31 Jan 04

This may help click here

  Gongoozler 17:51 31 Jan 04

Modems are notoriously picky about using the correct drivers. This site has instructions for installing the drivers for the Dataflex PC Comms Office Plus click here.

  DieSse 19:00 31 Jan 04

The acid test is - does BitWare work with what it has detected - if it does then there is no need to try and correct what it has found. Try it and see.

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