Hear is a Problem as a follow up to my thread

  woodchip 14:46 16 Oct 2003

I have had this problem for quite a while, It is my External Modem on Win98. If I connect Dial-Up after starting Windows it's no problem, but if I disconnect from ISP, then reconnect I get the problem of the modem although connected it is, or appears to be in a hung state. Any Help with is would be much appreciated. Woodchip
PS if I reboot it's OK, and the MODEM is a Dynamode

  woodchip 16:39 16 Oct 2003


  woodchip 16:50 16 Oct 2003

Any body

  woodchip 17:25 16 Oct 2003

Well this look's likw a duff question

  woodchip 17:48 16 Oct 2003

Well mite as well call it a day on this thread also

  woodchip 23:03 16 Oct 2003

Yes as you say, if it was not for a modem program I would be wondering what the problem was but it tell's me the above that it is in hung state. If I turn the modem of and back on it still does not work fully like a reboot, I have an idea this is windows related

  woodchip 10:44 17 Oct 2003

IT is a rockwell chip, I will check it out and leave the info, but I may have to go out. The main ones that I can see are Rnaapp,Syshook other than PCA etc they are the only ones I can see with Ctrl+Alt+Del that are extra, I know Rnaapp is for My Dial-Up ?but Syshook????????

  woodchip 15:48 17 Oct 2003

Thank's but it does not cover it, I have recreated Telephone.ini by deleting it the double clicking on tapiini.exe. this is supposed to repair it but me thinks otherwise.

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