diallers can not call out on bb,as vog suggests however, this is possible if the dialup is still connected. There is also truth in that these diallers cause instability on bb connections (specific numbers cause more problems than most), run spybot and adaware to rid yourself of the dialer (turn off sys restore whilst you do this) then deploy a reg cleaner to completely eliminiate the problem.
can cause any instability on an ADSL connection - although I have no evidence that they can't - and I certainly have never seen an instance of that happening. A dialer needs an analogue line to work on, and any attempt to dial out on a broadband line will result in nothing happening. I know that to be the case because I've deliberately tried to do it several times via a normal 56K modem on a broadband connected machine.
I'll be interested to hear from anyone who can explain to me how this instability occurs, especially why "specific numbers cause more problems than most".
or a Broadband/Cable-Modem, ADSL/DSL, ISDN connection through our proxy servers from just about anywhere in the world. Dose the above from hardware technician guy's link not contradict previous posts or is this new?
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