PORTS ?(computers)MODEMS?

  blowworm 16:51 23 Apr 03

In modem settings it says it is on comm2, in device manager comm2 is not listed under ports.(only comm1 and lpt1. Could that be a problem? The machine AMD K7 1100 is VERY slow on the net.


  blowworm 17:04 23 Apr 03

many thanks,


  cream. 17:11 23 Apr 03

In a usual machine comm1 + comm2 are enabled in the bios. So this will give you virtual ports comm3 + comm4, usually used for the modem. If IRQ's are at a premium then comm 2 can be disabled.

What may be happening is that comm2 is not enabled in the bios. If only comm1 is active then your virtual port will be comm2.

You can check if comm2 is enabled. If it is not then you must remove the modem from device manager, restart and enter the bios. Adjust the setting and save. Reboot and put the drivers for the modem back on and then see if it has selected comm3 or comm4 for it.

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