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Guestbook Entries prior to Dec. 2000 from 808hi.com

Name: hamdy
Email: loo_kang_4000@yahoo.com
City: tanta
Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2000

Comments

ilose my modem cd i want to get the softword i can instaling my modem in windows 2000


Name: sergs7
Email: sergs7@blkhawk.net
City: Illinois
Date: Monday, November 27, 2000

Comments

This so far is very informative. Lots I sure didn't know about! I hope your help does indeed help me with my modem problems. Thanks very much.


Name: Spazz Lee
Email: spaxx501@cyberscope.net
City: Beaumont/Texas/USA
Date: Saturday, November 25, 2000

Comments

Hello online friend. You have a great site with some real helpful info. Some of the instructions you have given has really helped my machine a lot. Please keep up the good advice and add me to your mailing list if you have one. Thanks and Take care,, Spazz Lee


Name: Lenny Lawrence
Email: l.lawrence@euphony.net
City: Stonehaven, Scotland, UK.
Date: Saturday, November 25, 2000

Comments

Sorry I see my e-mail address is wrong! The Question I asked you was, if you can help me with contacting the right server for an up date? For my modem. The modle is a US Robotics 56k Professional Message Modem. Please help if you can. Yours kindly Lenny


Name: Lenny Lawrence
Email: i.lawrence@euphony.net
City: Stonehaven, Scotland, Uk
Date: Saturday, November 25, 2000

Comments

Can you help me? with a web-site for up-dating my modem? my modem is a US Robotics 56k Professional Message Modem


Name: madman
Email:
City: lala land
Date: Saturday, November 25, 2000

Comments

My God!!, what a bad site you have here No one can find nothing here. Just a driver for a modem, man!!! am I trying to find it her, noooo!! forget it Next time fix you're site, so all owner's can find drivers. I pay for the modem


Name: duquenoy
Email: jean-marc.duquenoy@wanadoo.fr
City: france
Date: Thursday, November 23, 2000

Comments

hoping not to be deceipt !


Name: tron
Email:
City: Italy
Date: Tuesday, November 21, 2000

Comments

Thanks very much for your help.


Name: Russ Hugi
Email:
City: Belmont, California
Date: Monday, November 20, 2000

Comments

I had so many problems and so much trouble with my connection to Earthlink, I was on the phone with them all the time. They told me to do this, to do that, to change my settings, and nothing helped. Then about a month ago, I decided that since it could't get any worse, I download an updated bunch of HCF modem driver files. Now all of my problems practically disappeared, I don't lose the connection after about 5 minutes and it is great. I wonder why the technicians at Earthlink, whose time I was taking up, never told me to do that. As a computer amateur, I would never have had the guts to upgrade this myself if it were not for your extremely good site, which helped me getting it done. Thanks to all you guys!


Name: Charlie
Email: eclsmith@gibralter.net
City: Camp Lejeune NC USA
Date: Sunday, November 19, 2000

Comments

Went from 30-something to 50.6k after installing 5.92. Thanks, mister!


Name: Mike Holtzclaw
Email: fusepopper@hotmail.com
City: Powder Springs/ Georgia/ USA
Date: Sunday, November 19, 2000

Comments

I'm gonna figure out how to make this damn thing work if it kills me! Thanks for the hand in my task


Name: Paddy Chapman
Email: paddy53@tpg.com.au
City: Korumburra, Victoria, Australia
Date: Sunday, November 19, 2000

Comments

Sunday 19 November 2000 G'Day, Until I came across your page in a desperate attempt to find a way to download anything in less than a week,I wasn't even aware that there was such a thing as a Winmodem! As a consequence of the knowledge gained from your excellent efforts,I now connect at an average 50 Kbs and download at (for me) the blistering speed of 6-8 Kpbs. You have provided me with a better service than my dealer,manufacturer and ISP combined, for which my heartfelt thanks. Thanks also for the cautionary warning about broadband-I intend to purchase a real 56K, and await your opinions on the V92 with interest. Keep up the brilliant work!! Regards, Paddy Chapman


Name: Henri Pienaar
Email: mwjci@mweb.co.za
City: South Africa
Date: Thursday, November 16, 2000

Comments

Thanks for this site with out it I would have been lose . Keep on


Name: John Long
Email:
City: England
Date: Thursday, November 16, 2000

Comments

Great site, easy to follow and has helped me increase connection to 45.3K on a standard BT line (UK by downloading updated driver for my rockwell PCI soft56k.


Name: Kevin Lemley
Email: MOMMADY@FROGNET.NET
City: Middleport, Ohio - U.S.A
Date: Thursday, November 16, 2000

Comments

Finaly got connected to your site while looking for answers to the problems I've been having with my 56k Rockwell modem. I got to say that the site information was most helpful and Thanks for writing an easey to use web page.


Name: Joe Valenzuela
Email:
City: San Jose
Date: Wednesday, November 15, 2000

Comments

Just flipped a few pages through your site tonight. Then I wrote my modem manufacturer asking why user's manuals aren't written like your site! It's the best. You're a godsend!


Name: Sam Hicks
Email: sam.hicks@att.net
City: Castle Hayne NC, USA
Date: Wednesday, November 15, 2000

Comments

Love this site!!!!!!!!


Name: Lance
Email:
City: Miami, FL
Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2000

Comments

Please don't ever take this page down. It is so very useful. I have used it for my job multiple times and even later on to help friends. It rules !


Name: Cowboy
Email: br549_tx1usa@yahoo.com
City: Dallas/Texas/USA
Date: Monday, November 13, 2000

Comments

First time her but can tell you I will be back. Just glanced through some of the pages and see that I can learn alot from this sight. (I love to learn) I am glad that there is a sight like this . Now back to learning.


Name: Arlita
Email:
City: Richmond/Minnesota/United States
Date: Monday, November 13, 2000

Comments

Me again, I forgot to say,I downloaded upgrade for HCF modem driver, because I kept getting bumped off line.....I just want to say, today I have been running all over the house, doing things with internet running and when I get back...I can't believe it, but I am still on line. I haven't been bumped off since......thanks Again


Name: Arlita
Email: ASpleiss@aol.com
City: Richmond/Minnesota/United States
Date: Monday, November 13, 2000

Comments

I just wanted to tell you, how much you helped me,with this site. I have been in other sites, needing upgrades or just files to download, but I have never had such an easy time of it as I did on your site. I thank you Very Much. We older folk need all the help we can get. Bless You!


Name: Dave
Email:
City: BC. Canada
Date: Monday, November 13, 2000

Comments

After fighting the Winmoden that came in my Aptiva, for two years, I've come to the conclusion that they should be banned. Have tried everything to improve speed to no avail. Now I will buy a real Modem, A U.S.R I think.


Name: Dan
Email: Daniel_son_1@hotmail.com
City: sitty london
Date: Sunday, November 12, 2000

Comments

Heeeeeeeeeyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!! Its Miller time. how ya doin?


Name: JORGE LUIZ ALVES PONCE
Email: ponce@enter-net.com.br
City: Porto Velho/RONDÔNIA/BRASIL
Date: Sunday, November 12, 2000

Comments

I liked site. I will return for you know him/it better. Congratulations.


Name: Martin
Email: inoodles1@prodigy.net
City: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida..USA
Date: Friday, November 10, 2000

Comments

Prodigy Tech advised that I download an updated version of the Rockwell 56K Data Fax PCI Modem that was installed as part of the package when I purchased The IBM Aptiva PV, I purchased a year and a half ago...Is it possible to get a CD ROM to install an updated version..I have trouble connecting with my ISP with the version I have now..


Name: inoodles1@prodigy.net
Email: Ft.Lauderdale
City: Fl. USA
Date: Friday, November 10, 2000

Comments

Prodigy Tech advises that I download an updated version of the Rockwell 56K Data Fax PCI Modem that was instaled as part of the package when I purchased The IBM Aptiva PV I purchased a year or so ago...Can I get a CD rom to load update..


Name: Art Paul
Email: apaul@recorder.ca
City: Brockville, Ontario - Canada
Date: Thursday, November 09, 2000

Comments

Really enjoy your site. Informative and seems to be without bias. Appreciate the info provided by you as to the "read me's" prior to downloading.


Name: cledith long
Email: hawk10808@hotmail.com
City: elizabethton,TN,USA
Date: Thursday, November 09, 2000

Comments

Best on the net.


Name: Jim Christensen
Email: n0exp@chartermi.net
City: Duluth/Minnesota/USA
Date: Thursday, November 09, 2000

Comments

In dealing with my ISP I was directed to your site to download new drivers for my LT modem. After intit strings and a lot of playing around, the modem achived high connect speeds and I thought all was well. I returned to your site to peruse other information, I found an article on throughput vs connect speed. This got me thinking, so I called up sysmon and monitored my throughput. It was lame to say the least. I installed a cable modem, and a lan and now I have throughput. It was your site and information which for the first time allowed me to see what really goes on. Thanks Jim Christensen


Name: DILP Informatica
Email: US27TTA@TOPMAIL.COM.AR
City: La Plata / Buenos Aires / Argentina
Date: Saturday, November 04, 2000

Comments

Gracias - Tenia 2 modems irados por no tener drivers y ahora los estoy usanda


Name: edward
Email: edchankk@hotmail.com
City: singapore
Date: Friday, October 27, 2000

Comments

helpful/informative site


Name: Adam
Email:
City: Tallahassee, FL
Date: Tuesday, October 24, 2000

Comments

I have my internet service thru Juno. It is a good service and their technical support is very helpful, but connection speed has been a problem (33,600) and downloads have been erratic. I first used your site to update my Win LT modem driver which grately improved speed, but erratic downloads were still a problem. After calling Juno I was given an extra setting for my modem of s38=0-v90=0. This helped the erratic download problem but killed the improved speed of the driver. By going back to your site I was able to figure out what had been put into my computer and how to adjust it. I soon discover that an extra setting of s38=0-v90=1 both solved the erratic download problem while improving speed. Juno had diabled both Kflex and V.90, when only Kflex seems to be the problem. I now get speeds of 49,333 to 50,666 and download is much smoother. Thanks!!!


Name: javier
Email: javierca@iies.es
City: Pamplona/Navarra/Spain
Date: Tuesday, October 24, 2000

Comments

Thanks, I'm try to found a driver for a Rockwell HFC 56k modem and at last I found it


Name: michael
Email: jetson213@hotmail.com
City: dilonvale,oh
Date: Sunday, October 22, 2000

Comments

I been using the lucent or any brand name modem (with the lucent chipset onboard) they are one heck of a good modem. atleast they can take line noise and keep on a going. UNLIKE THE EIGERCOM modem (100% junk) including motorola! and this site helps to get the most out of the modem with the lucent chipset onboard! SO TRASH CAN THOSE EIGERCOM modems and get a LUCENT!!


Name: jmkell@alpalink.com.au
Email: Jim kelly
City: Melbourne Victoria Australia
Date: Friday, October 20, 2000

Comments

What a useful site. Please include some info on Netcom Modems.


Name: CDW
Email:
City: Port Elgin Ontario Canada
Date: Thursday, October 19, 2000

Comments

Hey I just wanted to say thanks for the drivers & tips. The modem hasn't worked well since I got Windows ME so hopefully this will fix it all. Thanks again!


Name: Angus Robin
Email: agrob@chariot.net.au
City: Seaview Downs/SA/Australia
Date: Thursday, October 19, 2000

Comments

This is all new to me and am exploring all about my Netcomm/Lucent 56k Winmodem as hard as I can. Appreciate the advice to hand so far.


Name: Arron Dick
Email: azzarazza@hotmail.com
City: New Zealand
Date: Monday, October 16, 2000

Comments

Site has heaps of infomation, but i don't know much about the hardware side of PC's. IM gonna have to look artound this site a bit longer, otherwise a great site


Name: Garry Fisher
Email: gfisher100@aol.com
City: Mishawaka,In. usa
Date: Sunday, October 15, 2000

Comments

Great site I am overwhelmed with all the information!


Name: Robert Amos
Email: bobamos@dingoblue.net.au
City: Mildura/Vic/Australia
Date: Thursday, October 12, 2000

Comments

Trouble shooter helped explain voice modem problem and possible fixes. Try entering various faults, you will be educated!! A1


Name: jose Espinal
Email:
City: N.Y.C. Brooklyn
Date: Thursday, October 12, 2000

Comments

this is a good web-site and its very intresthing


Name: Stephen Tabb
Email:
City: Kingwood, TX
Date: Thursday, October 12, 2000

Comments

Compaq has a "soft paq" version 2.87 update for Lucent V90=DSL Wildfire modem in Presario desktops. It is available through their support website.


Name: eun seop kim
Email:
City: barrigada/guam/usa
Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2000

Comments

looking for contexant softk56 pci modem.


Name: BUZZ
Email: buzz@foeclan.every1.net
City: SOUTH WALES UK
Date: Monday, October 09, 2000

Comments

Thank's 4 the help i play a lot of online gaming and had a very crap ping . Now thanks 2 your help a have a better ping :-)


Name: Mike
Email: mph1003@hotmail.com
City: England
Date: Sunday, October 08, 2000

Comments

Brilliant !! Im fairly new to computers and although I knew my Conexant 56Soft was useless, I was scared to try a new driver in case i messed things up even more. However, got to the stage where I was continuously being cut-off, and could not even open 2 windows at once. Decided to risk the download, and if it went wrong, was going to throw the modem away and replace it. (yes, I was desperate !!) Used this site to find w.w.w.hightech.com......zip download took 1 second ?????.....installed took 5 seconds......and WOW !!!!! Now connecting at 45333, and to put it to the test have 6 windows open and using !!! Cant believe it !!! www no longer means world wide wait. Thanks guys.....bloody marvellous !!


Name: Lucio
Email: mrpingu324@hotmail.com
City: ruthven/ontario
Date: Sunday, October 08, 2000

Comments

Hi there! I was wondering if someone could help me. I bought myself a USR 56K v.90 with x2 technology modem model 5686 3 months ago and I can't get it to work. It is frustrating. I think it may be the driver because Windows 98 keeps installing its own driver. So, I've tried relentlessly to install the driver from the installation cd that came with the modem, and it appears as though the cd was improperl burned, in turn, enabling windows to install its own driver. The problem is, my phone line only dials pulse, but the windows driver only allows tone. USR tried to help but thety weren't much help. They insist that it is a software problem which I am sure it isn't. So if anyone does have this modem, or knows a way to manipulate the modem driver to dial pulse, I would greatly appreciate a response.


Name: Chad Billing
Email: Studmaster@pu-nani.co.uk
City: South Wales
Date: Saturday, October 07, 2000

Comments

Hey, ok i gotta prob with my modem. Its a Rockwell 56k Data Fax Pci plug + play modem. I had a prob with my PC so i had to reformat, thing is when i went to reinstall i couldnt find my modem from the list, is there a site where i could download (from an alternative source) so i am able to use it again, any help would be amazing cheers C.Billing


Name: Ned R, Encelewski
Email: n.encelewski@worldnet.att.net
City: Anchorage, Alaska. United States
Date: Thursday, October 05, 2000

Comments

Informative Site!


Name: ibbe
Email: ibasizum@hotmail.com
City: Colorado
Date: Wednesday, October 04, 2000

Comments

Hi, great site. I have a USR 56k Fax INT modem. I need an init string to speed up my connection. Its only connecting at 26400 it might be the phone lines but It was connecting at 28800. These are the options it says i can do V32bis,V.80,V.34+,x2,V.90 I have no idea if that helps or not. I will post up some more info after I get an e-mail from 3com on exactly what type of modem I have :o) I hope some of this makes sense.


Name: Desert Rain
Email: rain@planetfortress.com
City: XXXXXX, Indiana, USA
Date: Tuesday, October 03, 2000

Comments

---this was a second feedback letter as a follow up to a previous feedback sent the day before--- I sent you feedback earlier about installing a Conexant chipset modem (HSP) on Win2000 Professional. This is the follow up. After my failures yesterday, I gave up and went out to buy a Win2K (or WinNT) compatible modem. Unfortuantely, though 'fortunately' is the correct term, the only stores with modems that might work were out of stock. So, I was going to wait. In the mean time, I went about going ahead and tweaking my new Win2K configuration. Low and behond, I found an error in the "PCI Simple Communication Device" listed in the device drivers. It was listed uner "Other Devices", so I had figured that it was some protocal device for communicating with older PCI cards. Turns out that it was actually the modem that it had detected. So, here's a solution for those who get this and can't get the device to install. I downloaded a LOT of conexant drivers. I actually had 6 different driver sets. I simply told it to update the PCI Simple Communication Device with the best driver, and it found one of the conexant drivers. It even installed on the correct com (which it was failing to do earlier, becuase a Com 3 wasn't listed). Here are some things that may have effected this working. #1 - I changed all PCI slot masters off in the BIOS, except for slot 1. The modem is in slot three (meaning no master). #2 - I used X-Setup (a Win95/98/NT/2K tweaking program) to change the COM3 speed to "boost". #3 - This didn't work, but may have effected the eventual outcome. I removed the modem, and booted, then rebooted with it back in to try to "jump start" the device identification. This didn't work, but may have allocated the "invisible com3" in the faulty device. Once the modem was correctly identified with the new drivers, a lot of other device errors magically dissappeared. It also found the sound device in the modem, though with errors. I simple updated those drivers as well, and now they are working. I can't tell you which driver set worked, because they were all basically named the same. However, I'm betting that it was the HP set, since they were the drivers specifically designed for my system model (Pavilian 9694C), named "Chameleon" under the Win2K device updates. I'd like to thank you for providing such in depth discussions on the subject and links which I found absolutely nowhere else. Without your site, I'd have wasted money I didn't have to, and I'd still have problems. I just hope my experience can help others out there who run into the PCI Simple Comm. Dev. problem.


Name: Ken Winkler
Email: keepawna_truckn@telus.net
City: Cranbrook BC Canada
Date: Sunday, October 01, 2000

Comments

Hi Rick, Thanks a million man.I only found your site last night but all the info and tips gave me the help I couldn't get from the Zoom techwizards even after the phone calls. thanks man. Kenny Winkler Canada


Name: Chance
Email: Chance_Norris@hotmail.com
City: Warrensburg/Missouri/USA
Date: Saturday, September 30, 2000

Comments

Hello to everyone. I need help with finding the lastest version of a driver for my modem. The modem is a HSP56 MicroModem. I can find any of new drivers at the time. If u decide to help me then email me at Chance_Norris@hotmail.com . Thank u for the time and web site.


Name: John Simmons
Email: SimmonsJohn@msn.com
City: Glendale, AZ USA
Date: Thursday, September 28, 2000

Comments

finding latest driver. Max connect speed with v5.15 (Sony) computer is 26,400. My USR v.everything gets 33,600.


Name: Randy L. Johnson
Email: ebyney@hotmail.com
City: Phoenix AZ USA
Date: Thursday, September 28, 2000

Comments

I don't have a comment at this time. I haven't loaded the driver software yet.


Name: fred
Email: fredkelly@iprimus.com.au
City: adelaide s.a austraila
Date: Wednesday, September 27, 2000

Comments

hi got a conexant -hcf v90 56k interal modem-rockwall speackerphone pci but lost driver disk can you please help find a download driver fred


Name: nicola karen adamson
Email: nicolakarena@madasafish.com
City: scotland
Date: Monday, September 25, 2000

Comments

I hope you can help, I am trying to find the driver for my internal modem: CONEXANT MDP3858 (or 2). Please email me at nicolakarena@madasafish.com


Name: bigjer
Email:
City: NH USA
Date: Saturday, September 23, 2000

Comments

Great site, good tech support; too bad lucent can't do the same! I was unaware of the lack of support for multiple modems.


Name: N N RAO
Email: NNRAO24@HOTMAIL.COM
City: MUMBAI/MAHARASHTRA
Date: Thursday, September 21, 2000

Comments

I HAVE COMPAQ PRESARIO 7500 PC. MY MODEM IS CONEXTANT HCF V.90/56K DATA, FAX PCI MODEM MY PROBLEM IS: THE INTERNET CONNECTION SPEED IS VERY SLOW.


Name: Charles Roe
Email: chasnea@westweb1.net
City: Ravenden Springs, AR
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2000

Comments

Boy that's a lot of information for the novice however it does help to understand why we have some problems. Thanks For Being There> CRoe in North East Arkansas


Name: John Morgan
Email: johnbevmor@paradise.net.nz
City: Nth.Canterbury,New Zealand
Date: Saturday, September 16, 2000

Comments

I have just come accross your site through "protonic.com" whom I use for my Computer problems.I do have various problems with mt Modem in particular I am trying to install Phone Dialer and have been unable to get a dial tone.My Modem is an Coexant k56


Name: Rick
Email: rickcostello@email.com
City: Carlsbad, Ca. USA
Date: Tuesday, September 12, 2000

Comments

What a super sight for me to find, I was somewhat bummed to read I have a modem that's not so hot, so if anyone has a good string for a conexant DM-56V14HSF/2, please email me with it. Again what a great sight, and super links! Thanks Rick


Name: Ben Davis
Email: bdavis715@aol.com
City: Coral Springs, Florida, USA
Date: Saturday, September 09, 2000

Comments

Thanks for the Page, I've been trying to get a good Connection and Finally got it. Mainly , I Love your Sound Track. Never been to the Islands but Uesd to be a Wood Sculpter. I carved Lots of Tiki's and Dolphins. Your song make me wan to carve again Thanx again Ben


Name: Peter Thompson
Email: peter.thompson@xtra.co.nz
City: Seddon, NEW ZEALAND
Date: Friday, September 08, 2000

Comments

Thank for the site, I am still a learner but hopefully armed with some info from here I may be able to get better connect/download speeds. My modem is a Conexant SoftK56 Data,Fax,Speakerphone PCI Modem. Thanks


Name: ALLEN MINER
Email: aminer@yahoo.com
City: Omaha, NE
Date: Thursday, September 07, 2000

Comments

I'VE BEEN TRYING TO FIGURE THIS PROBLEM OUT FOR SOME TIME NOW. MY HP 8533Z HAS BEEN LOCKING UP AND MANY OTHER THINGS SINCE I DOWNLOADED SOME UPDATED DRIVERS FROM THE HP SITE. SINCE I FOUND YOUR SITE I UNDERSTAND WHAT I DID WRONG. I WILL BOOKMARK YOUR SITE THANKS.


Name: Dave
Email: turnerd@mcnet.marietta.edu
City: Marietta,OHio
Date: Thursday, September 07, 2000

Comments

Can you tell me why my 56k US Robotics modem connects @42000bps and my LTModem only connects @28 - 33,333bps even after I upgraded with 5.75?


Name: Rich s
Email: RWSwork@yahoo.com
City: San diego,CA USA
Date: Tuesday, September 05, 2000

Comments

adding s95=80 to modem string helps for a better connection for this modem. The +ms command also works OK too. If you need the syntax, email me.


Name: John Callahan
Email: juansea@yahoo.com
City: Wurtsboro, New York, USA
Date: Monday, September 04, 2000

Comments

Due to frequent disconnects, I am seeking a driver download with V90 protocol for my ROckwell HCF Connexant modem. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!


Name: Dave Zak
Email:
City: Buffalo, New York
Date: Saturday, September 02, 2000

Comments

I like your site very much. It helped me to resolve some speed problems I had with my modem. I've also added your link on my web page. buffnet.net/~zak


Name: alex
Email: fredames@flevonet.nl
City: Europe
Date: Saturday, September 02, 2000

Comments

I'm looking for the compaq modem upgrade to V90, but compaq doesn't have it available for downloading anymore and they won't answer my mail. Does anyone have it and would like to send it to me?


Name: Souzana Steverding
Email: Hauslohn@msn.com
City: Fairfax,VA, USA
Date: Monday, August 28, 2000

Comments

Thanks for your info. Having just had to replace a Rockwell HCF 56K DataFax PCI Modem which "died"after about 13 months in my HP - I replaced with a different modem - the new one works fine but I had not realised that the original was a combined Sound card/Modem - what a nuisance. Any suggestions ? Souzana


Name: nathan owens
Email:
City: fyffe/ala/usa
Date: Saturday, August 26, 2000

Comments

thanks for having all these strings for modem


Name: Eli Caruci
Email: ecaruci@hotmail.com
City: Puerto Ordaz/Bolívar/Venezuela
Date: Thursday, August 24, 2000

Comments

I tried to connect two modems using multilink, they are not same brand, but both are 56k. When I tried to connect to the second line, win98 SE hangs or resets itself. Any clue will be welcome. Thanks


Name: David Stewart
Email: david85@mail.com
City: Scotland
Date: Wednesday, August 23, 2000

Comments

My K56 HSP modem just stops loading pages. It is still connected but I either get DNS Error or Server Not Found. The icon that is two monitor screens in my start tray is suppose to always stay on but it goes off after flashing all the time. I'm desperate, please, please help me to solve this problem. I'm fed up disconnecting and reconnecting all the time. Thanks.


Name: jess
Email: jess_mond@hotmail.com
City: malta
Date: Monday, August 21, 2000

Comments

thanks for your infomation, I am trying them out because I had trouble with my internal rockwell modem hcf 56k speaker phone pci, I havent got the driver, for it, if you want can you send it to me at my email address. thanks


Name: Ravi
Email: Rpc06@hotmail.com
City: New Zealand
Date: Thursday, August 17, 2000

Comments

Hey I have heard so much about your web i wanted say is that i have installed win 2k on my machine and then thing is i can't find the modem drivers for my windows and i was wondering if you guys can help me that will be great. MY MODEM IS: [CONEXANT SOFTK56 DATA,FAX,RTAD PCI MODEM] Thanks in advance for even reading this message so can anyone email me the drivers for my modem for windows 2000. Thanks a lot cheers.


Name: Ralph Raymond Blay
Email: banana.surfer@eudoramail.com
City: Manila, Philippines
Date: Thursday, August 17, 2000

Comments

I followed a link to your site after seeing it on a modem/perpherals forum. Overall, your site is very good. All those tips make me feel there's another chance for my Motorola SM56 modem. Your site provided me with much needed info, and i'll be recommending this site to my friends and colleagues. Thanks!


Name: M. Nuernberger
Email: ec1959@mtnhome.com
City: Mountain Home, AR
Date: Wednesday, August 16, 2000

Comments

Great site, sure glad it is here!


Name: Russ V.
Email: rcvandy@vbe.com
City: Central WI.
Date: Wednesday, August 16, 2000

Comments

This is a super site. I will continue to use it for any and all my questions!


Name: Keld
Email:
City: Denmark
Date: Tuesday, August 15, 2000

Comments

This is really great stuff - thnx


Name: Bruce Mittleman
Email: bru@usa.net
City: United States
Date: Sunday, August 13, 2000

Comments

INFORMATION FROM THIS SITE HAS HAS BROUGHT ME OUT OF THE FOG, I WANT TO EXPRESS MY APPRECIATION TO THE WEBMASTER,KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK BRU


Name: ralph schell
Email: ralph@schell.hobby.nl
City: nieuwegein, netherlands
Date: Sunday, August 13, 2000

Comments

nice way to find 56k info/drivers keep up the good work!!! ralph


Name: ed m
Email:
City: chatham, ontario, canada
Date: Saturday, August 12, 2000

Comments

thanks for the info. it's very helpful to be able to go somewhere for the straight goods. keep up the great work!


Name: Jacquie
Email:
City: Fontana, California
Date: Friday, August 11, 2000

Comments

Soooo cool. Thanks


Name: Jack
Email:
City: stone mountain
Date: Wednesday, August 09, 2000

Comments

hey great informative page i love it uhwhatever.net


Name: cavex
Email: cavex@mm.matilda.net.au
City: middlemount/qld/Aust.
Date: Tuesday, August 08, 2000

Comments

LOOKING GOOD LEON!


Name: vic lynk
Email: killgrey@hotmail.com
City: ireland
Date: Tuesday, August 08, 2000

Comments

i was just about to buy a new modem an xternal to replace my what i thought was crappy rockwell hcf modem internal pci by TRUST, i found your init strings to disable v90 and 2x, and decided to try it bfore buying.i am a serious q3arena online player and i have had a horrible 350 to 450 ping until i took your fantastic advice.you r a genius, my ping dropped to 150 to 300, i am having xcellent connects even to east coast usa sometimes.i am using EASY MTU as well but you saved me so much hassle, if u ever come to ireland the drinks r on me thanks vic (ps expect alot more gamer hits to your page)


Name: Tim Wood
Email:
City: Cheshire; England
Date: Tuesday, August 08, 2000

Comments

I just can't believe how much I've learen from a few minutes in this site. BTW I Ihave a Motorola SM56 modem...... ;>(


Name: Mick
Email:
City: NSW Australia
Date: Tuesday, August 08, 2000

Comments

Thanks for your time and effort


Name: Nadia
Email:
City: Spain
Date: Tuesday, August 08, 2000

Comments

Your web it's really fantastic. I'm learning a lot about modems and troubleshooting. Thanks for be there. :)))


Name: Mike Boehmer
Email: mike.boehmer@gmx.net
City: Cologne-Germany
Date: Saturday, August 05, 2000

Comments

Hi, keep up the good work, very helpful and informative site. Thank you.. Greetz from Germany, Mike Boehmer.....


Name: Mark Story
Email: mark@esper.com
City: Knoxville, Tennessee USA
Date: Friday, August 04, 2000

Comments

I was on my way to purchase a new modem during lunch break but was fortunate to find this site. Several people in the Forum56 have had my same problem. Thanks for the site.


Name: Richard Haliburton
Email: mack93552@att.net
City: Palmdale,Ca. 93552
Date: Tuesday, August 01, 2000

Comments

This a great site I am glad that I found this site ,and you have all the modems here theis is fantastic!!!!!


Name: Sheldon Rutman
Email: s.rutman@att.net
City: San Antonio TX, USA
Date: Saturday, July 29, 2000

Comments

Excellent Presentation


Name: Sheldon Rutman
Email: s.rutman@att.net
City: San Antonio TX, USA
Date: Saturday, July 29, 2000

Comments

Excellent Presentation


Name: Cesar
Email: machocamp@aol.com
City: Miami, Florida, U.S.A.
Date: Tuesday, July 25, 2000

Comments

I have a HP 9680C, which comes with a Conexant Soft Lucent DSL modem. Can't get it to work on a bellsouth DSL line. Any tips?


Name: Alan Maynard
Email: almaynard@tesco.net
City: East Sussex U.K.
Date: Tuesday, July 25, 2000

Comments

Thanks for help


Name: Teri Andre
Email: TeriAndre@netscape.net
City: Ventura, CA, USA
Date: Monday, July 24, 2000

Comments

Great site. Glad someone has finally gone in this direction.


Name: Lee
Email:
City: U.S.A.
Date: Friday, July 21, 2000

Comments

Excellent page! Lots of very valuable information. Thanx!


Name: Scott Meades
Email:  
City: Toronto/Canada
Date: Thursday, July 20, 2000

Comments

Great page, I work supporting remote access and I can't imagine what I would do without this page. Keep up the great work


Name: John Miller
Email: jmiller105@wirefire
City: vienna, WV USA
Date: Wednesday, July 19, 2000

Comments

Interesting site. Very helpful.


Name: Gordon Evans
Email: gordone@mindspring.com
City: LaVergne, TN USA
Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2000

Comments

Thanks!!!


Name: WAYNE
Email: lawaco@hotmail.com
City: MINNESOTA USA
Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2000

Comments

YOUR WEB SITE WAS A SUPER FIX FOR ME. PROVIDER AND COMPUTER TECHS COULDN'T HELP MY PROBLEM OF DISCONNECTS, STOPS AND SLOW DOWNLOADS WITH LT WIN MODEM. I DOWN LOADED 5.75 FIRMWARE FROM YOUR SITE AND BINGO- IT PERFORMS BETTER THAN NEW. THANKS WAYNE


Name: WAYNE
Email: lawaco@hotmail.com
City: MINNESTOA USA
Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2000

Comments

YOUR WEB SITE WAS A SUPER FIX FOR ME. PROVIDER AND COMPUTER TECHS COULDN'T HELP MY PROBLEM OF DISCONNECTS, STOPS AND SLOW DOWNLOADS WITH LT WIN MODEM. I DOWN LOADED 5.75 FIRMWARE FROM YOUR SITE AND BINGO- IT PERFORMS BETTER THAN NEW. THANKS WAYNE


Name: Dave Cooper
Email:
City: Manchester,England
Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2000

Comments

Dave Cooper Manchester,England. 18/07/2000. Very concise and easy to use site, far easier to use than 56K.com.


Name: Eugene Abdoo
Email: eabdoo@rectec.net
City: Pryor Ok USA
Date: Monday, July 17, 2000

Comments

My computer has trouble connecting to the internet


Name: Bob Dukeshire
Email:
City: New Baden, IL
Date: Sunday, July 16, 2000

Comments

Thanks for providing this service. I'v book marked the 56k =v.Unreliable - Page 1 and plan to return again when I have more time to explore your site and absorb the wealth of very useful information which you provide.


Name: Alex Zed
Email: bastards_inc@netcity.ru
City: Beltown/Russia
Date: Saturday, July 15, 2000

Comments

It's very cool PAGE coz i found on thiz page cool new drivers for my modem ... Yeah! i really like thiz... :)))


Name: isaac eyon
Email: is_ey@yahoo.com
City: Israel
Date: Thursday, July 13, 2000

Comments

Very Nice, Very good. Keep on the good work. Lots of thanks


Name: AINE
Email:
City: IRELAND
Date: Tuesday, July 11, 2000

Comments

VERY VERY VERY GOOD SITE


Name: Syed Umar Farooq
Email: Umery2k@yahoo.com
City: karachi/Sindh/Pakistan
Date: Monday, July 10, 2000

Comments

Hello, My modem is Motorola SM56 pci modem spearphone. my problem is that after i connect on the internet.some times my modem status bar show (Negotating...) message in that case,my modem always diconnected in this reason,but my phone line is very good.there is no noise at all.I want that i can disable this function which is the reason for disconnecting which is (error controlling feature) .it's based on the noisy phone line...Pls help me and send me the answer .


Name: Bubble Boy
Email:
City: AUSTRALIA
Date: Sunday, July 09, 2000

Comments

This site is very informative and enlightening on how i can get the best out of my piece of crap modem. I was about to take to my modem with a sledge hammer until i came across your site. :)


Name: Debbie
Email:
City: Lincoln Park, MI, USA
Date: Saturday, July 08, 2000

Comments

My modem has been driving me crazy, thanks for your help... I fixed my problem here and I really appreciate it.


Name: Wade Hampton
Email:
City: Stafford, VA, CSA
Date: Friday, July 07, 2000

Comments

Great site. On the Toshiba T8000, the LT driver works fine for 2.2.14 kernels, but fails to work and may lockup the computer with 2.2.16, but 2.2.16 is required for security.....


Name: Robert Barkey
Email: rbarkey@mid-mo.net
City: Boonville, MO USA
Date: Wednesday, July 05, 2000

Comments

I am looking forward to using you site.


Name: Donald Smith
Email: djemith@hitter.net
City: Crystal River/Florida/USA
Date: Monday, July 03, 2000

Comments

Thanks: I've been using the internet for 5 years now and your site has got to be the most usefull and informative I have run across. It has been a life saver for me. The computer I am using now started out as a Unicent AMD K6-2 running at 300 Mhz(It is now a Pentium III at 700 Mhz). When the Unicent site when off line, I lucked out and found you site via a search engine. I plan to go back to an earlier firmware since reading the material on your site. I was getting 33600 or better with version 5.49. With the 5.56 I'm luckly to get 28800. Thank again for all the help your site has provided me.


Name: Gary Mason
Email: gmason@onetel.net.uk
City: St Albans, UK
Date: Monday, July 03, 2000

Comments

I'd say to anyone who has trouble with a modem,"read this site and read it carefully, then do it!" I have a fear of modems and even I managed to speed up my 56Kflex modem by 20%


Name: Barry Ramer
Email: barry@bodyguardproducts.net
City: Scottsdale
Date: Monday, July 03, 2000

Comments

Dell Inspirion 7500 with LT Win Modem must use rel 5.66 or later to work properly. Download the modem575.exe from lucent directly.


Name: Todd
Email:
City:
Date: Thursday, June 29, 2000

Comments

My modem prevented my computer from starting the monitor and keyboard. I took it out nad sent it back to IBM; they sent a new one in one day, but now that I've read about Rockwell modems I'm apprehensive about the new one. Maybe I can get IBM to send me a different one before the warranty expires 7/11/00


Name: Lee Driskell
Email: cldris@lasal.net
City: Moab, UTAH 84532, USofA
Date: Wednesday, June 28, 2000

Comments

I am preparing to buy a third (3rd.) Compaq Desktop...i was not aware of the LT- Lucent WinModem "JINX" until i bought the Presario #5465 in December 1999... Everything about it is great except software bundle and MODEM...i installed 5.66 drivers and it speeded up to 35 to 37Kbps instead of 18 to 22Kbps...the resource drain when downloading cut in half reducing freeze-ups...I wanted to replace the modem with a non-Lucent WinModem...CNET Computers.com evaluated and highly reccomended the "ZOOM Technologies 56K DualMode V.90 K56Flex internal Voice/Fax Modem (Editors Choice) for only $109-$127.00...i found it on sale for $79.95 and bought...Guess What, right in the middle of the board is a 1 1/2"sq chip with "LUCENT" on it...WHAT NOW???? Please answer before i order the new Compaq 5900Z-900MHz...


Name: KSB
Email:
City: Malaysia
Date: Wednesday, June 28, 2000

Comments

This is the best site I have ever visited with lots of information on modems. I hope you do include other manufactures of modems like Aztech, Acer etc. Anyway, keep up the good work.


Name: GWiz
Email:
City: Brandon, Florida
Date: Tuesday, June 27, 2000

Comments

conexant modem is real reliable provided the driver is updated... mine came with 2.12.05 and it sucked, now with 2.13.06 it rocks!


Name: raghu
Email:
City: hyd/India
Date: Friday, June 23, 2000

Comments

Its an excelent way of sharing knoledge,Experiance and finding solutions.


Name: MARK TURNER
Email: mturner@bright.net
City: TIFFIN,OHIO
Date: Friday, June 23, 2000

Comments

THIS SITE IS A GREAT HELP.


Name: cliff campo
Email: cj3@flashcom.net
City: Paoli, PA USA
Date: Thursday, June 22, 2000

Comments

good stuff, clearly presented.


Name: Mike Stalsby
Email: mlajollas@worldnet.att.net
City: La Jolla, CA, USA
Date: Sunday, June 18, 2000

Comments

Am ever so grateful for your service,it really saved me. I was at the point of thinking it would be easier to climb Mt. Everest than get speeds any higher than 26400, but wham, everything downloaded and setup perfectly, and first connect was 37333. (presario laptop model 1610 W95) Muchas Gracias


Name: Zdenek Navratil
Email: z.navratil@cmail.cz
City: Prague/Czech republic
Date: Friday, June 16, 2000

Comments

I work for an czech ISP and I can say that this is one of the best 56k sites I've ever seen so far. Good work!


Name: M H Bell
Email:
City: Wells, Nevada USA
Date: Friday, June 16, 2000

Comments

Very Informative Site wish I would have found it sooner. It would have saved me a great deal of trouble. Many thanks for the very informative info. Keep up the good work. Thanks


Name: Kathy goforth
Email: k_goforth@hotmail.com
City: St. Louis, MO.
Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2000

Comments

I ahve a problem with my modem making a loud, scrachy, long noise when connecting to the internet. I contacted Compaq troubleshooter, and they told me to put the "string" "MO" in the advanced settings, however this seems to NOt connect me to the internet, can you help me? Thanks; Kathy Goforth


Name: CHRIS X
Email: doomboom@tupac.com
City: SAN ANTONIO TX USA
Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2000

Comments

I just want to say thanks for helping me update my Emachines 466id modem driver. U saved me after months of trying to figure out why I dont get a 56k connection on my softk modem. I o u BIG TIME.


Name: PaulB
Email:
City: Norwalk, CA
Date: Sunday, June 11, 2000

Comments

This site is a Modem Goldmine. I learned a lot about my modem & diagnostics. Keep up the EXCELLENT work!


Name: Houzvicka
Email: http://welcome.to/houzvicka
City: New Port Richey/ Florida/ USA
Date: Saturday, June 10, 2000

Comments

Thanks man youve helped me learn a lot about my LT Win modem


Name: Dave
Email:
City: Indiana
Date: Saturday, June 10, 2000

Comments

Your site helped me find the current drivers for my Creative Labs Modem Blaster. These drivers are inaccesable from the CL website. On top of that I learned a few things about modems, too. Thanks very much!


Name: Phillip Trimble
Email: support@webjammer.net
City: Paintsville, KY 41240 / US
Date: Saturday, June 10, 2000

Comments

I ran across your site perusing a newsgroup. I run a fairly new, small rural ISP. We are having problems with certain modem types, and our tech support staff were limited on the available solutions they could offer. I think this site will be a great tool for our techs to use in order for us to provide the type of superior support our members deserve. Thanks alot for taking time to put a site like this together, I know it takes alot of hard work. Keep up the great work !!! Phillip Trimble Co-Owner webjammer.net Paintsville KY 41240


Name: CloaknDagr
Email:
City: varies
Date: Thursday, June 08, 2000

Comments

I read the comments on Worldspy Free ISP, and have a tip for y'all. If you can just once get the Worldspy Java Applet to run and activate your account, you can uninstall the whole Worldspy program and just log on using MS DUN like this: User = (yourusername)@microportal.com Password= (your access code or PIN) Phone Number= (whatever local dialup you choose) If it doesn't work, you probably have your password and access code mixed up, use the other one and try again. Worldspy will create a connection in My Computer/Dialup Networking for itself called Vivilink, just modify that connection as per above and create a shortcut to your desktop. Have fun with your new high speed totally free, non-computer-slowing, spy-free ISP... You're welcome, btw


Name: Eddie
Email: Imaginecomputers@online.ie
City: Ireland
Date: Wednesday, June 07, 2000

Comments

You can check to see if your modem is indeed a HSP in Hypertrm by typing in the command AT+GMM If this returns an error the modem is not a HSP is it returns a response then it IS a HSP modem. Kindest Regards Eddie


Name: Sceat(UK)
Email:
City: England
Date: Tuesday, June 06, 2000

Comments

Surfing on by & enjoyed your site. ONE THING did you know CUTEFTP IS SPYWARE - IT DOWNLOADS ALL YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM SERVERS AND PC'S


Name: mahmoud hamdy
Email: mahmoud_hamdy@yahoo.com
City: alexandria/egypt
Date: Tuesday, June 06, 2000

Comments

plz can u hlp me with full info and troubleshooting about the modem "motorola 56K v90" soft modem and if u can alsow gave me the latest updates thx v much :)


Name: azrael
Email:
City: Phoenix , AZ
Date: Monday, June 05, 2000

Comments

i LOVE this website. I work for a major ISP (I could be fired if i say whom) and we use this site all the time for helping people understand that the ISP's want you to connect at 56k but often the hardware and line vendors don't. one of my favorite things is to show people who 'just got' their dell/gateway wintel computer and it has drivers that are a year old for the rockwell hcf internet killer. (thats what i call the hcf, that thing is NOTHING but problems.)


Name: Dave Caldwell
Email: dcaldwell@bitworks.co.nz
City: New Zealand
Date: Saturday, June 03, 2000

Comments

Thanks for information on your site. We run a small ISP company and inevitably get accused of causing 56K connection problems.


Name: Mark Supple
Email: mirmark@itol.com
City: Green Bay, WI USA
Date: Saturday, June 03, 2000

Comments

I have been looking for a site like this for a long time! Finally, I've found it!!! EXELLENT JOB!!!!! Mark


Name: Mark Supple
Email: mirmark@itol.com
City: Green Bay, WI USA
Date: Saturday, June 03, 2000

Comments

I have been looking for a site like this for a long time! Finally, I've found it!!! EXELLENT JOB!!!!! Mark


Name: JAMES ROBINSON
Email: jrobinson@hellas89.new.labour.org.uk
City: BRISTOL
Date: Friday, June 02, 2000

Comments

Hi just got to your site, looks full of useful stuff, will sort my modem out for sure


Name: Brett Scott
Email: bretts@iquest.net
City: Indianapolis, IN US of A
Date: Friday, June 02, 2000

Comments

Thanks Folks, My IP turned me on to this site. They use it for reference. I get consistant hook-ups in the 40's now. Thanks again, Brett


Name: Harold Miller
Email: hamjom@prodigy.net
City: Tavares Florida
Date: Friday, June 02, 2000

Comments

check mail


Name: Kevin Skelly
Email: below-grade@prodigy.net
City: Bremerton,Wa,USA
Date: Tuesday, May 30, 2000

Comments

Thanks,6,000 Thats the increase. Also, I don't have any low-speed connects. Maybe someday I can give something back!... THANKS, skeldog


Name: Les Weilacher
Email: les@hauns.com
City: Alamogordo, NM 88310
Date: Monday, May 29, 2000

Comments

I find your site very helpful and contains very useful information. Thank you for your expertise. Les


Name: Tom Hefferan
Email: tom-hefferan@erols.com
City: Richmond, Va.
Date: Sunday, May 28, 2000

Comments

You have an excellent site!You know what you are talking about. I recently built a 500mhz box and installed an old LT Winmoden in it. Searched and found your site and really got informed. I agree 100% with you that the LT Winmodem is outstanding. Following your instructions, I now consistently get 49333 connects with throughputs of 58k to 59k. I never got this with my USR 56k modem. I believed the hype about their modems and that Winmodems were no good. Now I know, thanks to you.


Name: Emad
Email: emadanis@usa.net
City: cairo
Date: Sunday, May 28, 2000

Comments

ur site is gr8 but i'll be pleased if u help me with the volcano modems problems


Name: henrik
Email:
City: Oulu Finland
Date: Thursday, May 25, 2000

Comments

What is factory setting speed in modem? Do u think that u need init strings? heh«


Name: C. Bymaster
Email: cyby1@hotmail.com
City: Indianapolis/IN/USA
Date: Wednesday, May 24, 2000

Comments

Interesting!


Name: Greg Owen
Email:
City: New Bern, NC USA
Date: Tuesday, May 23, 2000

Comments

Kudos and more kudos for this site. I have a Compaq 1277 notebook with an Lt Winmodem. It shipes with an old firmware version. After installing the 5.75 upgrade with no problems whatsoever, I went from trying to connect repeatedly for about 20 times and maybe connecting at 37,333 to connecting between 49,333 to 50,666 and connecting every time. I have reccamended this site to those with Lucent Modems as well with great results on their end as well. BRAVO!


Name: David.G.Harrington.Jr
Email:
City: redford/mich/wayne
Date: Monday, May 22, 2000

Comments

great drivers for online gameing for lucent Lt


Name: Neil
Email:
City: Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Date: Sunday, May 21, 2000

Comments

x-2, k-flex, V-90. Pretty Neat. I have at least Four different email addresses?


Name: Niktor
Email: Niktor@inwind.it
City: Torre del Greco/Napoli/Italy
Date: Sunday, May 21, 2000

Comments

This is a great site, but I think that's toooo many hard to extract the information that I need, so I hope for the next time!!!


Name: Hank Buckley
Email: hbuckley@suffolk.lib.ny.us
City: St. James, NY USA
Date: Sunday, May 21, 2000

Comments

Dear Sirs, I previously informed you of my "satisfactory" experiance with a CREATIVE LABS "DSI" (Digicom Systems Inc.) V90 Modem. Model # DI 3635. It connected OK at 40 to 44k. The chip inside was labeled with the Creative Labs logo. I think it may be the ESS chip. I bought and tested another "CHEAP" modem (less than $5 after rebates) This one is a "SMARTLINK" V90 by "ARCHTEK". It does have the ESS chip. This modem worked OK using the DSI driver supplied with the Digicom Creative Labs modem. This leads me to believe that the DSI modem uses the ESS chip. Both modems equal my USR, Viking, and Shark higher priced modems. They both are much better than the PC-TEL and Rockwell chip modems I have tested. ie Not necessary to put speed limiting commands into the string and the speeds are higher. (about 37k max on PC-Tel / Rockwell) FYI I use a 300a Celeron overclocked to 450mhz with a 100mhz front side bus, ABIT BX6 Rev2 motherboard. What do you think about all of this?? Hank


Name: Norman Grace
Email: normangrace@strayduck.com
City: London
Date: Sunday, May 21, 2000

Comments

This is easily the most helpful site I have found on Winmodems. I'm confident I can now resolve my problems using your pages!


Name: Gonzalo Castillo
Email:
City: Long Beach CA
Date: Saturday, May 20, 2000

Comments

You don't have any idea how much your site helpped me to resolve a problem I was having trying to connect to my ISP with my Acer HCF 56K modem. I've called my ISP 10 times in the last month and they were not able to help at all. Thanks a lot for the troubleshooting and init strings.


Name: Sonia Roa
Email: soniaroa@bellsouth.net
City: Miami,Fl 33196
Date: Saturday, May 20, 2000

Comments

It is a pain in the neck to work with your 56K. Can you send me an update so it can work properly?


Name: Niall Rigby
Email: niall@hongkong.com
City: hong kong
Date: Thursday, May 18, 2000

Comments

Absolutely first-rate! It's one of the most helpful sites I've ever found! You should make it easier for people to submit your site for some of the awards on offer! :-) For the record my problem involved (yet another) Dell Inspiron 7000 and LT Winmodem which never went above 28.8. Your link to the correct page on Dell's site was a revelation: I wasted hours searching unsuccessfully for the right page and trying to figure out stuff like "these drivers work with US modems for Hong kong users only!" Huh?? May your nuts perpetually ripen in the Hawaii sun!


Name: Maria
Email: mia85@hotmail.com
City: Sweden
Date: Thursday, May 18, 2000

Comments

Hi....I am very glad that I found this page...But as a non english person it isn´t too easy for me to understand it all. I have a ISA Rockwell HCF that my computer doesn´t find. I have taken it from my boyfriends compaq and put it in my ( mixed ) computer and it doesn´t work! *help someone* But it works good in his compaq...hmmmm, oki...I will stay up all night again :(


Name: Todd
Email:
City: Ft. Pierre, SD
Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2000

Comments

Thanks. This is a great site and the only place I have been able to find information about my now questionable use of the Rockwell HCF Riptide device. I am sure I will revisit for more troubleshooting.


Name: Mike D.
Email: mdavenport@insight-tek.com
City: Middleton, NH. USA
Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2000

Comments

I have a Compaq Pressario 5240, i recently put a new video card in (Diamond Stealth 540) since it has been installed, my modem cannot be detected....how can this be fixed? i also can't get into my display settings unless i go in thru safe mode. It locks up! Can someone help me?


Name: Jack Read
Email: nor44@penn,com
City: DuBois, PA 15801-9031
Date: Tuesday, May 16, 2000

Comments

i am old in years and new at computers--seems compaq thinks we should all be experts when we ask for help with these modems--they don't say that when you are looking to buy one--same old bull-buy and beware--


Name: Carl Gilland
Email: webdeacon@hotmail.com
City: Perry, Iowa, USA
Date: Saturday, May 13, 2000

Comments

Thank you for your very comprehensive site. While I prefer US Robotics modems (very reliable) I have an HP 6635 Pavillion with a Rockwell chip that simply does not work well. The modem wants to hang up constantly, and connects at various speeds. Anyway, thanks. Rev'd Carl Gilland


Name: Mike
Email:
City: Kentucky
Date: Friday, May 12, 2000

Comments

Great site! Finally a place to answer all my "why am I only getting 33.6 with my 56k modem?" questions. It was tough finding this place though, but I got it bookmarked now! Keep up the good work!


Name: sven
Email:
City: sweden
Date: Tuesday, May 09, 2000

Comments

hi and thanks


Name: M.W.
Email: F.
City: Duisburg/Germany
Date: Monday, May 08, 2000

Comments

This is an excellent and noticible site. If I ever find something useful for you I will tell you. Thanks for this great site. Matthias


Name: C D Brinkerhoff
Email: brinksr@hiwaay.net
City: Toney,AL,USA
Date: Monday, May 08, 2000

Comments

Great info site, gets my vote for sure.


Name: Stephen Boursy
Email: http://www.churchstate.net
City: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Date: Sunday, May 07, 2000

Comments

Excellent site. I've bookmarked it and will return. I've got an external Supra Express 56K and an internal no-name 56k with a Rockwell chipset that came with my HP Pavilion. Consistently get much higher connects with the Supra and performance is noticable faster. Wish there was a way to gauge no-name modems in computer packages before purchase.


Name: Tom
Email: Compaq Corp
City: Houston, TX
Date: Friday, May 05, 2000

Comments

This is a great site. I refer all my customers to this site for driver update. Thanks Guys your really saving Compaq's Ass!


Name: Kelly
Email:
City: NJ - USA
Date: Thursday, May 04, 2000

Comments

The "HP Riptide Info" document dated 29-Mar-00 is excellent! It's the first reliable document I've come across that deals with the modem/audio problem. I have an HP Pavilion 6553 with the Riptide PCI Modem/Audio card. Modem works okay, but doesn't have it's own speaker. This PC model does not come with an internal PC speaker either, so I never hear the popular "handshake" sound when the modem connects. I can hear the music when I play CD's in the CD ROM, but NO sound files (*.wav, for example) are ever heard! This is what I'm trying: I reformatted the hard drive and am installing my own (retail) Windows 98 2nd Ed. I'll play around with various drivers (rippcna.exe, for example) to see if I can get it to work in this non-HP OS. HP has tailored their own Windows 98 - I want to know if their flavor of Win98 is having any influence on the audio properties (they bundled a cheesey "media rack" by Willow Pond in their version). I'll get back to you with the results.


Name: steve
Email: stevemc65@hotmail.com
City: England
Date: Thursday, May 04, 2000

Comments

Verry Good Site Invaluable information


Name: Shawn McCallister
Email: GSXRShawn@aol.com
City: Best Place in the World=Hawaii !
Date: Tuesday, May 02, 2000

Comments

Howzit ! Aloha from Hawaii... I'm Glad to see someone from Hawaii with a Great informative site like this, I'm a Net Gamer and am looking for ways to improve my connectivity, I Definitly stumbled onto a lot of good information here! Mahalo, Shawn


Name: tony thomson
Email: bubufu@xtra.co.nz
City: Auckland, New Zealand.
Date: Monday, May 01, 2000

Comments

i thank modem heaven, you're here.


Name: Bobby Lee
Email: lucy@inix.com
City: Mililani Town, HI
Date: Friday, April 28, 2000

Comments

Aloha Richard Mahalo for the great site about da win modems. I emailed all my friends to listen to Poami & Loeka & checkout their line speed. I have a win installed & it works great. How are da mac nuts doing ? If you need anything please let me know. Mahalo Bobby Lee


Name: Wil Gex
Email: wgex0131@dellnet.com
City: Berkeley/CA/USA
Date: Wednesday, April 26, 2000

Comments

Wonderful site. Just what I needed to find out why my Dell Inspiron Win LT modem isn't connecting above 37,333 kbps. I let you know how things turn out.


Name: Ken Brown
Email: kmbrown@vnet.net
City: Sandy Ridge, NC,USA
Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2000

Comments

Great site! I'll be back for troubleshooting info.


Name: Roy
Email:
City: Honolulu
Date: Monday, April 24, 2000

Comments

Wow! Everything I need to know about my 56k frustration!


Name: Len
Email:
City: Lancs, UK
Date: Sunday, April 16, 2000

Comments

Excellent, a great help


Name: Gigi
Email: scuba_ski@yahoo.com
City: MT/USA
Date: Wednesday, April 12, 2000

Comments

This the BEST site I have found for help on modems and driver info !!!


Name: Jane
Email:
City: Hot Springs, AR
Date: Tuesday, April 11, 2000

Comments

You have a great site, it is very helpful. Thanks


Name: lawnboy
Email:
City: Brownstown, Mi U.S.A.
Date: Monday, April 10, 2000

Comments

I bet that my speed on the net has doubled after the downloads.....whaaaaahooooooooo It's so fast I feel like I'm on cable!!!!


Name: Billy
Email:
City: Roy,Washington,USA
Date: Monday, April 10, 2000

Comments

Best site on the web. Follow all links and you will not need to visit any other modem sites.


Name: Uluajerry
Email:
City: Hawaii
Date: Saturday, April 08, 2000

Comments

I was having problems with ring central and when I updated my modem everything was fine! Mahalo and Aloha


Name: Lee
Email:
City: England
Date: Wednesday, April 05, 2000

Comments

I need driver for rockwell rs56-pci! Can anyone help?


Name: Rich
Email:
City: Minnesota/USA
Date: Tuesday, April 04, 2000

Comments

I bought a new Compaq notebook computer with a mini pci v.90 modem. I had been experiencing frequent disconnects. I disabled the v.90 mode. It works great now. I used the ini string settings from this site. Thanks!


Name: Pär Lidén
Email: per@navy.org
City: Sweden
Date: Sunday, April 02, 2000

Comments

Anyone out there who've been succesful getting at Lucent WinModem ISA work under Linux? It looks like the binary druver needs the kernel in RedHat 6.1. I'm currently using RH 6.0, and as RH are using wird kernel versions, I'm unable to get the right one. If you know how to make this work, PLEASE HELP. This is a great site, anyway.


Name: James Shreve
Email: psh@osage.net
City: Osage, Ia USA
Date: Saturday, April 01, 2000

Comments

I am hoping that I will be able to find out the reason why at certain times, I have an unreasonable number of disconnects in one day or during a certain number of days. I believe from what I have seen so far your site may have some needed answers for a frustrating situation Thankyou


Name: Dave Lott
Email: lott@dynamite.com.au
City: Eden NSW Australia
Date: Saturday, April 01, 2000

Comments

I thought the site was very informative and well designed. After my recent prolems with a Banksia Wave SP56 V90 I am only just beginning to understand what a lot there is that I do not know about modems. All I wanted to do was to plug it in and get started. Thanks for your help. Dave.


Name: Walter Reardon
Email: wr@scia.net
City: Bushnell Florida USA
Date: Friday, March 31, 2000

Comments

Being new to computers I don't know what to type. I certainly hope that someone can help me.


Name: Tao
Email: tao@oricom.ca
City: QUEBEC
Date: Friday, March 31, 2000

Comments

what a great site Thank you for the effort that went into the making . Like many others, I got to this site because of connection problems


Name: Thomas Gantt
Email:
City: Clayton, NC USA
Date: Tuesday, March 28, 2000

Comments

UPDATE YOUR DRIVERS. It works.


Name: frank allen
Email: frankallen@home.com
City: Ottawa/Ontario/Canada
Date: Thursday, March 23, 2000

Comments

I would like to read more of this site.


Name: Ronald Jeason
Email:
City: Glenwood, AR/USA
Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2000

Comments

Finally! An intelligent and completely usable site. Thank you, thank you!


Name: ROBERTO MONTEIRO
Email: bobclark@uol.com.br
City: Rio de Janeiro/RJ/Brazil
Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2000

Comments

 


Name: Richard Truman
Email: rtruman@pentagon.mil
City: Arlington VA.
Date: Tuesday, February 29, 2000

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Name: Harry Darnell
Email: hdarnell@apex.net
City: Hickman, Ky. USA
Date: Tuesday, February 29, 2000

Comments

A lot of good information about my modem. Thank you.


Name: Hugh
Email:
City: United Kingdom
Date: Tuesday, February 29, 2000

Comments

Having just installed a new system which wouldn't connect at all, this site (accessed thru a different PC) has been a godsend.


Name: mark
Email: cyberhawk@tribes-universe.com
City: us of a
Date: Monday, February 28, 2000

Comments

hey, this site has really helped me.. i just DLed some new drivers for my new modom that sux... and i am hopin that it works.....


Name: jt evans
Email: 7j8t5e@msn
City: topeka, Ks US
Date: Monday, February 28, 2000

Comments

where can I find information on installing a seperate modem and sound card in a hp 6470z


Name: Cynthia Powell
Email: NannaY8@webtv.net
City: Fayetteville/NC/USA
Date: Sunday, February 27, 2000

Comments

I like this website and its very informative.


Name: Cynthia Powell
Email: NannaY8@webtv.net
City: Fayetteville/NC/USA
Date: Sunday, February 27, 2000

Comments

What (next modem type) will I need as an upgrade for my current Rockwell (WinRPl+) v.32 bis on COM4 in my AMD-5/86, 256KB Cache, 133MHZ, computer with some type of code numbers inside the modem: (14.4ACF/ATF, V:2200Eor G C/S=8445, line in #2815ZF4I1442)? My kids purchased a new computer system and gave me their old one. I like it and I want to (if possible) upgrade this computer (just as I maintain my old car).


Name: Alfonso
Email:
City: Spain
Date: Saturday, February 26, 2000

Comments

Thank you very much for this site. It has REALLY helped me with my LT Win Modem


Name: Les
Email: lnaa@centurytel.net
City: AMherst, Ohio
Date: Thursday, February 24, 2000

Comments

Great site. Best modem info around. Found out about driver updates for my LTmodem. The upgrade boosted my connect up to a solid 48k. Also found info on the Lucent LTmodem driver for Linux. I've found nothing but success here.


Name: Teresa
Email:
City: Salem, Va. USA
Date: Thursday, February 24, 2000

Comments

Darn good site!! Best one I've seen dealing with modems and their problems. I'm recommending it to my friends!


Name: Laurie
Email:
City: United Kindom
Date: 22 Feb 2000

Comments

Thanks to your tips, getting either 45333, 46667 or 48000 now. Appriciated, keep up the work.


Name: Moe
Email:
City: United Kingdom
Date: 19 Feb 2000

Comments

Excellent Site. Your efforts are appreciatted. Thank you.


Name: Michael Chatel
Email: mchatel@cips.ca
City: Kitchener, Ontario  Canada
Date: 19 Feb 2000

Comments

I have one of the no-name Lucent Win modems, and I just happened upon your site. Mine was working okay, but I had an older driver. I followed the instructions on your page, and was able to upgrade the driver. I now connect a bit faster, and the modem seems to work great. I've had the new driver installed for about a month now. I'll keep your site bookmarked for future reference... :-)


Name: Bob Curtis
Email: bcimpala@flash.net
City: Ft.Worth Texas
Date: 18 Feb 2000

Comments

I am downloading your program as we speak. I have tried to find a Rockwell support page everywhere but get the standard answer of the page is not available. I have begged for some help to update this fine piece of crap installed in my H/P 500 pentIII. I hope this is the place that can help. I'll let you know


Name: Ed Johnson
Email: ed@etrunk.com
City: clifton park ny
Date: 18 Feb 2000

Comments

I too have the conexant soft 56k modem. Mush is a better word. It will not connect to anything that is v.90. I tried the download on HP site and it totally crashed the thing. HP tech support thought I had two heads. I cannot believe they are not knee deep in tech help calls over this disaster! I am going to rip out the combo card and put in a 3com pci modem and a pci sound card and burn the conexant in effigy.


Name: Vernon Stilwell
Email: vfstil@bbtel.com
City: Hardinsburg, KY USA
Date: 18 Feb 2000

Comments

I get your 56K newsletter and was going to tell you about the Hewlett Packard driver upgrade and came here and you knew more than I did so great job! I've got the Rockwell/Connectext Riptide HCF junkpile modem/audio card thingy! Needless to say this trash won't work on Linux so I guess I'll go with an external hardware modem and unload the CPU workload in Windoze too! Although it won't matter much as far as speed goes I only have 26K phone lines anyway but that's for me and BellSouth to thrash on about! Great Site! And the technology will be here someday I promise!


Name: Ben Herta
Email: dshvd@hotmail.com
City: Houghton, MI USA
Date: 16 Feb 2000

Comments

I've been following this site for about 2 years now. It is very informative, and has saved me countless hours, headaches, and $$$. Thank you for a great site.


Name: Richard Crowson
Email: WORDFIRST1@AOL.COM
City: Melbourne,Florida-USA
Date: 14 Feb 2000

Comments

The site helped me greatly. I thought I was doing something wrong until I found others with the same V.90/K56flex problem.


Name: Bill Hamm
Email:
City: St. Louis, Mo
Date: 13 Feb 2000

Comments

Thank you for the great site. Like many others, I got to this site because of connection problems(thank you, Ask Jeeves). New pc,AMD450, bad connection with HSP56 Audiomodem Riser. Yes, it's a piece of s__t. Old pc, P133, consistently connected at 48,000-50,000bps, with LT Win modem. Guess what I'm going shopping for...


Name: Jerry Kutcher
Email: fdaconsult@technologist,.com
City: Tewksbury MA
Date: 09 Feb 2000

Comments

Like so many others before me, Thank you, thank you, thank you. I used your info two years ago to upgrade my LT win modem (using Windows 95 and a "home built" Pentium 266 system. Recently upgraded to a Pentium II (400). Still using a (newer) LT modem. Average connect speed is 45333.Am debating whether or not to gamble upgrade 5.3 firmware to newer version

 


Name: Brian C Frate
Email: BrianFrate@netscape.net
City: Pender Island, BC, Canada
Date: 08 Feb 2000

Comments

This is a terrific site! I thank the authors for creating it and my local ISP (Imagen Communications Inc.) for turning me onto it. Since upgrading my generic LT winmodem-model Retail Plus (no-name) brand's firmware software here using your provided files (I upgraded from v.5.07 to v.5.66), my 'crap-brand' modem now regularly runs at 50,666 Kbps to 52,000 per session. I now think the $40 bucks (Can.) I spent on my modem (after rebate) was the best I ever spent! Happy Highways.


Name: Anders
Email: anders.olofsson@mail.bip.net
City: Sweden
Date: 07 Feb 2000

Comments

Hello! This site is the best site I've ever seen concerning 56k modems, thanks for a great piece of work!

Greetings from Anders I have an unbranded Texas Instruments 56k V90 modem, and it works excellent as long as not gaming is concerned :)


Name: Mona
Email: mswearingen@juno.com
City: Hayward CA
Date: 07 Feb 2000

Comments

Thank you for a very informative and helpful site. I just wish I could stay connected long enough to find and/or download a fix for the brand new modem in my brand new computer. I have a Conexant SoftK56 PCi Modem and it is the worst. I got much better connections with my old US Robotis Sporster at 28.8! I will not be recommending it to anyone. Ever. Thanks for the information!


Name: harley gillies
Email: harley@gilliesgreatexscape.net
City: scotland
Date: 06 Feb 2000

Comments

a good site. I've bookmarked you till I get someone with more knowledge than I have to help me with it.


Name: rachelle boutin
Email: littlr@aol.com
City: carol stream
Date: 04 Feb 2000

Comments

if you dont know all the key words of how to install this program manually dont download modem ck... i am stuck and now comp is no longer listening....


Name: E. Cuenca
Email: ecuenca@netscape.net
City: Guadalajara/Jal/Mexico
Date: 04 Feb 2000

Comments

Thanks for build, and keep this site.


Name: Johan Lovgren
Email: raytracer@swipnet.se
City: Stockholm, Sweden
Date: 04 Feb 2000

Comments

Marvellous site! Best ever yet.


Name: Silence
Email:
City: CoosBay, Oregon USA
Date: 02 Feb 2000

Comments

Thanks for an excellent site. It will be recommended reading for the many people who ask me for help.

Silence


Name: Emily Webb
Email: tv6lady@yahoo.com
City: Mayfield, KY USA
Date: 01 Feb 2000

Comments

Your page was very helpful. It is a great resource for experts and novices alike.


Name: David E. McClain
Email: dave8702@hotmail.com
City: Sunset/Utah/USA
Date: 26 Jan 2000

Comments

Very enlightening & refreshing. The actual TRUTH.


Name: Walter Bibiloni
Email: wbibiloni@xsn.net
City: Arecibo,Puerto Rico
Date: 26 Jan 2000

Comments

Keep the good work ongoing!


Name: Roger Lancina
Email: rlancina@edge.net
City: Old Hickory, TN USA
Date: 25 Jan 2000

Comments

I hope this works. My ISP has installed some new equipment and I think that you know the rest.


Name: Dick Riley
Email: driley97@mail.usmo.com
City: Eldon/MO/USA
Date: 25 Jan 2000

Comments

Preciate the fine site and all the help. I'm trying to solve a problem with a machine which has a Flex/V90 and an ISP which provides X2/V90. Still looking.


Name: Take-Out
Email:
City: California,USA
Date: 24 Jan 2000

Comments

Forgot to add, make sure to update the LT winmodem drivers, I couldn't get 33k down before the upgrade, and now connect at 50333 everytime with same ISP.


Name: Take-Out
Email:
City: California, USA
Date: 24 Jan 2000

Comments

I use both a LT winmodem and a USRobotics ext sportster in two machines, the USR in the faster machine (PIII450), and I get much better pings with the LT winmodem (ave 50 less). I soved the problem of freezing up and getting disconnected during gameplay by limiting the down load to 31.2k and 28k (USR and LT respectively), don't be afraid to try this, it really works.


Name: mark
Email: markburns@cableinet.co.uk
City: england
Date: 24 Jan 2000

Comments

i have a rockwell h c f 56k data fax voicemodem can only get it to connect at 33600 tryed several things can anyone help


Name: KiRK
Email:
City: Duesseldorf/Germany
Date: 20 Jan 2000

Comments

Hello there! I just wanted to add that I totally have no problems with "V.unreliable"... It works just fine and from here I sometimes even get V.90-connects over some oversea-lines!! It's just 44000 bits/sec but I get about 4.2 KB/sec even then! And with domestic calls - no problem at all. So I think your phonelines or switchboards are just too bad ;) KiRK


Name: Mark Holman
Email: n8zux@triton.net
City: Hopkins, Michigan
Date: 19 Jan 2000

Comments

I bought a New Com 56K v.90 modem has anyone found a updated ver. driver or experimented with some driver that would make up the difference in speed ??


Name: Darrell Shandrow
Email: darrell@neta.com
City: Tempe, AZ 85281
Date: 19 Jan 2000

Comments

I am a technical support representative for an Internet service provider in the Phoenix, AZ metro area.


Name: Thorsten
Email: returnofthereal@gmx.de
City: Mannheim, Germany, Europe
Date: 19 Jan 2000

Comments

Just take my word for it, dude: you can delete the message, but the site stays crap. It is also nice to know that you people are so prude that you are more offended by the words than by the message. I hope you will remember my message next time you ride your "V-unreliable"-horse. If it does not work for you, it does not immediately mean the technique is bad, it means that something at you place is not working together with it. And if you are not satisfied with 56K-performance, get yourself ISDN, ADSL or a T1 if you can afford it, but don't nag about it


Name: Thorsten
Email: returnofthereal@gmx.de
City: Mannheim, GERMANY, EUROPE
Date: 15 Jan 2000

Comments

I have never seen such a [remainder deleted due to foul language]. NOTE - Derrogatory entries may be made in the guestbook so long as you keep foul language (ie, 4-letter words) out of it!


Name: Alastair
Email: www.thegamer.co.uk
City: Scotland
Date: 12 Jan 2000

Comments

Really usefull site, much appreciated. Just a shame the Lucent modem is rubbish, however it's great to have found a site which supports it. Maybe LT will pump out some decent drivers soon.


Name: teddybear
Email: teddybear@pnx.com
City: HoneyDew
Date: 12 Jan 2000

Comments

Thanks for the great site! And the downloadable upgrades for the Lucent Chip-set modems! CNet / SinglePoint 56k Voice/Fax Modem v.90 - PCI Internal modem is using the Lucent and I've got to say it's a superb modem. (bashful grin) - Seriously - thanks for the web-site!


Name: Miron
Email: mishkafofer@yahoo.com
City: Israel
Date: 10 Jan 2000

Comments

Cool site,lot of information about modems, i tuned up my modem so now its working fine if anybody having a problem with his MDP3858u-v modem its becouse of the old drivers .Go to www.aztech.com.sg (aztech made the modem) for more information about the modem and get the latest drivers from it


Name: Frank McGuigan
Email:
City: Albuquerque NM
Date: 08 Jan 2000

Comments

first off this is a great site!!! but some of these people whith conn rates of 50+ and still bitchin ? Give me a break keep up the good work and thanks for the upgrade


Name: Mike Horn
Email: mcjhorn@webtv.net
City: West Bloomfield, MI 
Date: 07 Jan 2000

Comments

Hi I have a new dishplayer from dish network. It has webtv in it that has an X2 modem in it. I had it enabled, and started an ISP account that supported an X2 connection. Unfortunately, I have NOT seen connection speeds faster than 33.6 kbps. As well-"that means a LOWER speed connection with a handshake that lasts over 60 seconds before carrier unless you DISABLE x2." Exactly the same thing that happened to me with the modem in my Webtv unit. Your article is right on track! Please respond if you can help me out with faster connections / surfing with WebTv. Thank you Mike


Name: JASmith
Email: htimsrepsaj@att,net
City: Port Orchard,WA USA
Date: 06 Jan 2000

Comments

Thanks to you and your site my knowledge has increased 100fold.


Name: A.Straeger
Email: straeger@dircon.co.uk
City: london,uk
Date: 04 Jan 2000

Comments

Shame there is little for us in the UK on MACs


Name: DESIREE WARE
Email: DESIREEWARE@AOL.COM
City: MONROE,NC 28112
Date: 02 Jan 2000

Comments

I just purchased a HP Pavillion 6535 PC and was impressed at the speed I connected with a Conexant Soft56 PCI modem! I just want to say I am very pleased with this quality of modem in a Family size PC. Keep up the good work! We can all afford to purchase a good quality computer at a reasonable price. DESIREE WARE / OFFICE MAX (Computer/Electronic sales):Employer


Name: Fred Bjorklund
Email: bjorklns@sisna.com
City: St. George, UT  USA
Date: 01 Jan 2000

Comments

My LT modem started out working great. I was connecting at 55+ bps and everything was working well. Then connection times began to increase and it took some time to get going after connection was successful. This is where I am now. If anyone has an idea how to fix the problem, I would appreciate an e-mail at bjorklns@sisna.com. Thanks


Name: Paul
Email: pw_mc@yahoo.com.au
City: Queensland/Australia
Date: 30 Dec 1999

Comments

I'm using a HSP56 Micromodem which keep dropping out. The modem indicates it's connected (ie status is connected) but you can't get any pages to load. Error "Server not found or DNS error". Only a redial fixes it. Don't know if the info here will fix it yet but still a great effort to put the site together. Thanks


Name: Orejon
Email:
City: New York City
Date: 30 Dec 1999

Comments

Thank you for this info. I have two modems, the oldest one connects at a lower speed but I get better perfomance than the new 56kv.everything. I tried to get the answer from the 3com/USR sites and all they are interested in is selling you a new modem (Gaming Modem they call it) Thanks for the info you just saved me a few dollars.


Name: wetdogdove@netscape.net
Email:
City: south africa
Date: 27 Dec 1999

Comments

i have a 56k faxmodem that i cannot seem to get to work , i keep getting no dial tone, yet every thing is right.


Name: Ron Kiyomura
Email: 72256.2737@compuserve.com
City: Huntington Beach/CA/USA
Date: 21 Dec 1999

Comments

Thank you for putting up this website. I found it while trying to help out a pal at work. Your tips on upgrading provided a nice "safety net" as his was an IBM internal modem with the Lucent chipset. The upgrade was simple and he is happy. Thank you again for your efforts.


Name: Bill Schell
Email: schellbill@hotmail.com
City: Little Rock, AR
Date: 19 Dec 1999

Comments

I feel I should tell you this statement--If he's going to give you the new line by adding 'pair gain' - a box that will make your existing 2 wire-line into two 2-wire lines - cancel the order (unless you are willing to have 2 lines neither of which will get more than 26.4k connects)!--is not entirely right. The 'pair gain' is not installed at your house. It is for an entire neighborhood. Also there are different types of 'pair gains' some of which will allow connection speeds of 40k and higher. There is a box like you are referring to, but it's not called-atleast by my telco-a 'pair gain'. Also it's usually only used when there are no other facilities available.


Name: P Sweeney
Email:
City: shenandoah valleyUSA
Date: 16 Dec 1999

Comments

I am trying to find out what forum56 is about?


Name: Sam Harding
Email: sharding@tds.net
City: Shelbyville, IN  USA
Date: 15 Dec 1999

Comments

This site has been a solid source of much valuable information to me, a relative newcomer to the world of computing. Keep up the good work.


Name: Michael A. Dangerfield
Email: mad@bluehawaii.net
City: Holualoa, Hi. 96725
Date: 14 Dec 1999

Comments

Aloha Richard, I enjoyed looking over your web site concerning modems. I cannot get mine up to speed. I then looked at your home page and saw that I live just down the road from you in Holualoa. I hope to talk with more.


Name: John Oty
Email:
City: Palm Harbor,FL,USA
Date: 13 Dec 1999

Comments

Your site suggested by Compaq, as I wanted the latest upgrade for my Lucent modem, and they couldn't provide it.


Name: Ken Hammonds
Email: dirtdobberken@aol.com
City: Canton, Ga.         USA
Date: 12 Dec 1999

Comments

had terrible problems with getting booted off connections with isp. tried different servers to no avail. tried every thing that i could find. you finaly were located and bingo bango im fixed .thank you very much for being here


Name: Sonny
Email:
City: Honolulu/Hawaii/USA
Date: 10 Dec 1999

Comments

Mark Outstanding efforts in building this wealth of knowledge of different modems. Very detail and thorough - easy to understand instructions for troubleshooting modems. Kudos for your selfless dedication to modems education and awareness.

 


Name: Mark
Email: p_tuel@efn.org
City: Monroe/OR/USA
Date: 10 Dec 1999

Comments

Your tales of woe are not unlike mine. I'm using a GlobalVillage USB Teleport 56K which is a total piece of s..., and the service from the company (Boca) is even worse. I really don't know what to do--the darn thing is too small to burn and even roast a marshmallow. I would try to return it if I could ever get them to answer a message from the support page.


Name: Donald Frank Smith
Email: worm@prodigy.net.mx
City: Mexico
Date: 10 Dec 1999

Comments

enjoyed


Name: another techy
Email: st.bill@arseholes.com
City: somewhere in the uk.
Date: 10 Dec 1999

Comments

Stuart,

Complete PUTZY site.........

Some of the info might be ok, but as you are supposed to be a tech, you don't know jack shit. Learn to take advice from your fellow techs and not give some sort of sarcy comment everytime someone points out your cockups.....

Learn!!!!!!!!!!!!


Name: Kendrick
Email:
City: Brookyln, New York, United Stats
Date: 09 Dec 1999

Comments

heh, All i gotta say this is the best information of 56k or LTwinmodem site out there...


Name: n1hnf@aol.com
Email:
City: falmouth/ma./usa
Date: 09 Dec 1999

Comments

I like this page


Name: Richard L Bennet
Email: zarbyofacz@cs.com
City: Mesa AZ USA
Date: 09 Dec 1999

Comments

I appreciate all your efforts at helping us who are much less adept at fiddling with the crap these mfgrs. are selling us. Keep up the good work. The more I read, the more I learn. THANKS!


Name: Ken Nixon
Email: kendal.nixon@dtn.ntl.com
City: England
Date: 07 Dec 1999

Comments

A very interesting site, very helpful.


Name: Peter
Email:
City: Australia
Date: 06 Dec 1999

Comments

808HI.COM .. the worlds best Modem resouce site..


Name: Srdjan Krajnalic
Email: s.k.r@usa.net
City: Fort Myers, FL USA
Date: 28 Nov 1999

Comments

Definitely a GREAT resource for LT Winmodem!!!!! I am truly grateful for someone taking the time to set this page up and compile all the information AND KEEP IT CURRENT. I was able to INSTANTLY resolve all my issues, and find out what exactly it is that I'm dealing wiht (currently that issue is the 5.65 firmware, and the different handshake/V.90 lack of compatibility)..

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!!!!

P.S. Had to say it.. I am getting 54,666 or 56,000 connections, depending on whether I force -v90=23 or 22 O:> heheheh


Name: Kurt Richter, KB3EJS
Email: KB3EJS@ARRL.net
City: Collegeville PA 19426 USA
Date: 25 Nov 1999

Comments

God bless you. Until DSL rates are reasonable, your site will help the many people stuck in the slow world of POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) lines.


Name: IRV ROGERS
Email: irogers@direct.ca
City: VANCOUVER, B. C., CANADA
Date: 23 Nov 1999

Comments

JUST TO SAY, A HANDY SITE WHICH HAS BEEN A GREAT HELP TO ME. I THOUGHT SOMETHING WAS WRONG WHEN I FIRST UPGRADED MY FLEX TO V.90, UNTIL I FOUND THIS PAGE & HEARD THE HANSHAKING CLIP - ~ 2 YEARS AGO. A GREAT SITE


Name: IRV ROGERS
Email: irogers@direct.ca
City: VANCOUVER, B. C.
Date: 23 Nov 1999

Comments

JUST TO SAY, A HANDY SITE WHICH HAS BEEN A GREAT HELP TO ME. I THOUGHT SOMETHING WAS WRONG WHEN I FIRST UPGRADED MY FLEX TO V.90, UNTIL I FOUND THIS PAGE & HEARD THE HANSHAKING CLIP - ~ 2 YEARS AGO. A GREAT SITE


Name: Arty
Email: us031711@mindspring.com
City: Bay Shore, NY USA
Date: 21 Nov 1999

Comments

With my PIII, my maximum connections are at 42KB, but I cannot understand why I get as many as 30 or more Serial Overrun Errors


Name: anthony
Email: anthonyjabbour@hotmail.com
City: australia
Date: 20 Nov 1999

Comments

hi i would like to ask if there is a linux driver or if this modem is possible to run under linux redhat 6.0

PCI Rockwell 1456VQH-R dynalink australia pci modem

 


Name: Chuck Hamdan
Email: chamdancan@netscape.net
City: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Date: 19 Nov 1999

Comments

I would appreciate if someone can give me a tip where I could find information about a Lucent V90+DSL Modem (1.5Mb high speed modem). For some reason I am having problems with this modem which normally should be faster than the 33Kb UsRobotics. Unfortunately it is not the case it is even slower than a 14.4Kb. This modem is an internal modem installed on a Presario 5717 Compaq 450Mhz Pentium III. Could it be the driver (Ltmodem.vxd 2.83 version available) or anything else? Please come forward with some ideas.


Name: Tom Simonds
Email: tsimonds@world.std.com
City: Boston, MA  USA
Date: 18 Nov 1999

Comments

My USR Sportster averages about 26K. It's suppose to be V.90. Yes, my ISp is up to snuff. I use a 400mhs ibm clone. I've fooled w/different settings, etc.


Name: Steve Jepson
Email:
City: Bridgwater, Somerset, UK
Date: 17 Nov 1999

Comments

You are a hero - Compuserve were useless and the Zoom site didn't fair much better. My Zoom V90 PCi is now upto 44-48 with 5.44 - question is do I go upto 5.54 or "if it ain't broke don't fix it"


Name: Steven Cina
Email: stevelyn@bestnetpc.com
City: Palm Coast, FL USA

Comments

Thanks for the free program, I'm going to give it a try..


Name: Ron Cass
Email: ronchi46@yahoo.com
City: Chattanooga,TN-USA
Date: 11/12/99

Comments

Very valuable site,I have a Rockwell in an Acer A BTC in a AOpen and a Motorola in another Acer The BTC is the best but it only run at 42.000 the Rockwell run at 48.000 W/disconnects and the Motorola hardly runs at all..sent to you by a tech at MindSpring..The best thing they ever did for me..THANKS


Name: Certo Glenn
Email: certo1@juno.com
City: Mississippi/USA
Date: 11/12/99

Comments

I can't say it any better than some of the others. What a blessing you have given us! Thank you, thank you, thank you.


Name: Mary C Huddleston
Email: bhuddlem@infinet.com
City: New Paris,Oh
Date: 11/10/99

Comments

This site has been a big help already. Thanks for the link to the update wizard that I needed.


Name: Linwood Johnson
Email: ld_johnson@yahoo.com
City: Aurora, IL USA
Date: 11/9/99

Comments

There isn't enough praise in the world to let you know how much your site helps outusers/owners of the various different modems that exist!!

Please keep up the good work


Name: Sevan Ismailian
Email: xetenor@homemail.com
City: Glendale, CA, USA
Date: 11/9/99

Comments

The first time I visited this website, I knew that I could find what I was looking for...firmware, information about my modem and more. I didn't have any problems with my modem, but I reported that my performance were slow, but it was my ISP, Earthlink that merged with MindSpring. Now Earthlink is very well performing for me. This website helped me specially with its forum.

Thanks Richard for this great website.


Name: Jeff Kirby
Email: jeff@achr.com
City: USA
Date: 11/6/99

Comments

Your site provides very good information. A real boon for the user without any knowledge of modems. I analyze sites, vendors, services and products for my agency as an IT/IS professional and I would like to thank you and all the shareware authors who provide free software or like you, who provide information for computer users. Very little thanks or praise is ever given to those in your area of expertise. So I would like to again thank you for all who have not and am giving you this verbal Good Guys Award. Best Regards and keep up the good work,

 

Jeff Kirby Alabama Council on Human Relations


Name: LeRoy Laycock
Email: LeRoyKay@bigfoot.com
City: Sealy, TX
Date: 11/5/99

Comments

System Resources w/o modem = 70% Free System Resources w/ modem running = 64% Free


Name: Hellspawn
Email:
City: New Zealand
Date: 11/2/99

Comments

Wow cool site, thanks for the info on 3coms new internet gaming modem,im now going to buy it :)


Name: Mike
Email: scuds_qsf@hotmail.com
City: Pennsylvania
Date: 10/31/99

Comments

Awesome site! As an online gaming fanatic, (Quake 2) I have benefited immensely. The tips on disabling V.90 and X2 have changed my online gaming experience completely.


Name: ken
Email: photon@wildmail.com
City: phoenix
Date: 10/30/99

Comments

thanks,

i appreciate having a place to go to find info on these subjects.

a late night tech support guy @ dell precision workstation div. told me about your site.

keep it up.

thanks again


Name: Ellias Attias
Email:
City: Israel
Date: 10/28/99

Comments

 


Name: Steve
Email:
City: Indpls, In., USA
Date: 10/22/99

Comments

 


Name: Brian
Email: kappbr@safeplace.net
City: Illinois, USA
Date: 10/22/99

Comments

I am looking forward to benefiting from your site, if I can stay connected long enough...


Name: J Ramirez
Email:
City: Dallas, Texas  USA
Date: 10/19/99

Comments

Your site is extremely helpful. I was able to improve my internet connection from 31200bps to 49333bps! I love it. Thanks.


Name: Karl Beveridge
Email: karlnchris@zdnetmail.com
City: Hodgkins, IL.  USA
Date: 10/15/99

Comments

This really FAN Mail....Thank You, Thank You & Thank You This site has saved several modems from the junk box.


Name: MR
Email: b4icup@canada.com
City: USA
Date: 10/14/99

Comments

I've learned more about Winmodems here than anywhere else. This is the best sorce of Information out there & i thank you for making it available to us.


Name: MR
Email: b4icup@canada.com
City: USA
Date: 10/14/99

Comments

I've learned more about Winmodems here than anywhere else. This is the best sorce of Information out there & i thank you for making it available to us.


Name: dan casper
Email: ddcasper@mindspring.com
City: daytona beach, fl
Date: 10/13/99

Comments

finally! thanks to justin @ mindspring tech support for pointing me in the right direction, perhaps this piece of junk modem can be fixed!


Name: Nancy
Email: jeffnanjo@earthlink.net
City: Beautiful Washington State
Date: 10/12/99

Comments

Richard, your website has taught me so much! It's sort of like taking a mini college course on modems!! Thanks so very much for all your time and effort in providing this site for all of us! I am very appreciative. Sincerely, Nancy


Name: Robby
Email: ro-bell@att.net
City: Redlands, CA
Date: 10/9/99

Comments

Thanks for the music test and the music itself. Very enjoyable. Nice R&R website and I envy your life away from the mainland nuts.

Your music test says that my modem is working just fine. Win95b, IE5, Aceex HCF 56K V90 PCI modem w/2.1.2.135 drivers. Your 56K info is excellent.

Next, I've got this HSF modem challenging me .........


Name: Bob Parker
Email: saillaser@prodigy.net
City: Orlando, Florida, USA
Date: 10/9/99

Comments

v.richard, (I hope I got that right)Your website is the most reliable, and easiest to understand of anything on computers ANYWHERE. Some of the info you provide, we don't like (our lines can't handle it) but you tell it like it is. Thanks to your reccomendation, I bought a LT chipset modem and when I don't get busies, I never connect less than 36333. At times when there are no busies, I can connect at 52something, although 37333 is about the norm. Thanks again and thanks to "mt" for sending me here bob


Name: Louis Bruneel
Email: sanlou@interneeds.net
City: Netherl. Antilles
Date: 10/5/99

Comments

Finally the mystery of installing and configuring modems is solved !The best modem site I've ever seen ! Keep up the good work .


Name: Ernie Justinen
Email: justinen@junction.net
City: Canada
Date: 10/4/99

Comments

I have installed 5.54 on my compaq 1220 laptop and achived 50.666 Everything works fantastic Many thanks to all those unsung heroes who make the world better for everyone. Better than that I used Sysmon and it showed downloads peaking up to 10K and complete downloads above 7.5K. I have the screen shots to prove it if anyone wants..


Name: fredric L stroisch
Email: kala1946@alltel.net
City: quitman/ar/usa
Date: 10/4/99

Comments

Really appreciate your time and effort in making this a great place for modem info.But,there was so much info.I got lost and now know less than i did.still dont understand how to get away from 32.0kbps


Name: jmc
Email:
City: Tac. WA
Date: 9/30/99

Comments

Im new to computing and have learn alot about every thing but modems, well thats about to change. Just upgraded my firmware on packard bell mdm100g lt modem now connect every time at 49333. thanks for the info.


Name: Andrew
Email: imagebliss@mindspring.com
City: San Fran
Date: 9/30/99

Comments

Hello, I have a new G4Mac but it doesn't connect to the Internet w/ it's original Modem script of: PowerMac G3 Internal 56, only with PowerMac Int. 56 (v 34 only) -at of course a slower speed. Apple said it's because my server- Mindspring has a different Modem script themselves. Mindspring says: We do not have 56k flex pops and it sounds like they (Apple) need to give you a script that disables kflex, but allows you to use v90.

Do You know where I can get a Modem script that disables kflex and allows me to use v.90 ??? Please let me know ASAP ! Thanks alot, Andrew k. imagebliss@mindspring.com Apple then Said: Go to Modem Script Generator (http://.asu.info.apple.com) for a New Init string that can disable kflex and implement the right v90 script. Then (www.til.info.apple.com) for tech info library.

*Can NOT Find appropriate Modem Initialialization String for my Modem Script Generator to make a new one that disables kflex and enables v90 !!! And I have tried all of the one's you gave me . None work !!! What to do ????


Name: joeblow
Email: bobibm@hotmail.com
City: usa
Date: 9/29/99

Comments

You the man. i work for a mjor ISP IBM and we tell our customer that call in the exact info that you have on your page except being as we are IBM we can not offically "support" other comapny products and computer even when a customer calls in and using an IBM Aptiva we transfered to the Aptiva department which is in Dublin, Ireland I myself use a Ltwin modem bought last december on a HP Pavilion and since i work there knew all about the apollo/mars chipset and the like. i have had no problem since i updated to to 5.18 and have downloaded 5.23 a few months ago have it on a floppy but have not used it no need i get 49333 which is pretty good considering where i live. But when the average 'joe' calls in and his brand new 1000 dollar computer wont connect and it is 'our fault' because AOL works they dont understand the basic technology with the flex, X2, and one manufacturer versus another We use 3com modem and the vast majority of the people don't know what a modem driver is. their thinking is i paid for a computer MAKE IT WORK IT IS YOU FAULT

I will be suggesting your site to everybody i know or calls in with the ltwin problem the same goes for the rockwell HFC modem i just dont have one of those for personal experinces but it is the same thing. my biggest Gripe is they say ' It was working yesterday' my answer well sir/mam you cars tire/battery/aternator was working yesterday but now it is not. thanks agin for the site by the way i downloaded 5.54 and will give it a go

 


Name: Jesse Pasichnyk
Email: tek@montana.com
City: Hamilton MT USA
Date: 9/28/99

Comments

I have recently installed windows 2000 and was suprised to find out that windows2000 does not have a driver for this device. i proceeded to look for a compatible device for multiple days only to find no working driver. I'm writing to ask if you have a driver for this device. it is a rockwell/conexant PCI Riptide HCF 56k modem/soundcard. Please let me know if you can help. thank you

Jesse Pasichnyk Cyberfixation


Name: Chuck Skinner
Email: bigdady143@uswest.net
City: POrtland, OR
Date: 9/26/99

Comments

I have a HP Pavillion 6470Z, Norton Ulitiies check out my computers becasue I was having problems. It said that I was missing a ACPL.SYS BOS type Code 2 Drive Can you give me the site to go and get that driver for my computer


Name: M Barton
Email:
City: Sheffield, The North of England
Date: 9/24/99

Comments

After updating my PCI Rockwell HCF v122 driver to the latest Conexant HCF 161 from Zoltix my Generic Non-branded Crud Win(ge)modem has modestly boosted from 40kb to 45kb but with a stabler connection. I haven't messed about with any settings yet though! Anybody got any recommendations?

Anyway, apart from the boost to my modem, your site and its links has cleared up a lot of things about Winmodems and the like. I now know that my PCI modem is useless for BeOS and the fab QNX 1.44 OS+Browser demodisk. Better save some pennies for a proper one!!!


Name: M.W.
Email: ehmtw@earthlink.net
City: HOU, TX
Date: 9/21/99

Comments

searching for data to connect COMMUNICATE.


Name: Alfred Coppel
Email: alcoppel@mindspring.com
City: San Carlos,CA,USA
Date: 9/17/99

Comments

Will check out Forums56.


Name: Kael B.  Kennedy
Email:
City: Wilmette, IL USA
Date: 9/15/99

Comments

I have just discobered this site; I am indeed grateful for the fine educational path you have me on.Thanks very much!


Name: Rick Buser
Email:
City: NJ
Date: 9/8/99

Comments

Update to my comments below:

Richard from this site forwarded my comments to Lucent, and Ed from Lucent responded that they withdrew Multilink support in the latest drivers, 5.54. He said that Multilink support was never a design objective, and someone was having problems with applications in a multi-LTWinmodem environment, so they decided to drop the support. 5.53 drivers will work fine for Multilink.


Name: Jessie
Email:
City: Kingston WA
Date: 9/7/99

Comments

Your site is awesome! Without the information you have and the firmware upgrades I would have trashed my winmodem months ago. Keep up the great work!!!!!!!!


Name: Jessie
Email:
City: Kingston ,WA
Date: 9/7/99

Comments

I stumbled upon your site about a year ago after I first bought my winmodem and was having problems. The information you have help my diagnose and fix the problem plus you always have the latest firmware before anyone else. Keep up the great work!!!!


Name: Kat
Email:
City: California
Date: 9/3/99

Comments

I just have to thank you again for a great site. I'm a tech for an ISP; you can't know how many times this site has bailed me out, especially since we live in a rural area with crap for lines. Bless you and continue the great work!


Name: Rick Buser
Email:
City:
Date: 8/31/99

Comments

First, let me say for the record that I think that Lucent Winmodems are extremely reliable, and the most cost-efficient modems available. My connect rate is ALWAYS 53.333 (using 2 LT modems my total rate is 106.666). Geez, you can get these modems for less than 20 bucks! Nothing comes close in cost/performance, IMHO.

I have a problem with the latest firmware, 5.54. I've always used your site to upgrade my firmware with absolutely no problems. The issue here is that I use 2 Lucent Winmodems in a "Multilink" setup that doubles my connect speed to my ISP. The first modem will dial and connect, then after logging in the second modem dials/connects. The problem is with firmware 5.54, the Multilink option does not work correctly. It dials the first modem, then after connecting, dials the first modem again (quickly hangs up and redials the first modem). Win98 SE shows the first modem still connected while redialing, then shows a total connect speed of 106,666 after the first modem hangs up and redials. I can't do any surfing, though, as no DNS searches work, etc. So, in other words, with firmware 5.54, my second Lucent modem never dials as it should in Multilink. For some reason --and even though Multilink is directing the software to the second modem-- DUN dials up the first modem again. Reverting to firmware 5.53 solves the problem, so it definitely seems to be a driver issue with 5.54.

Thanks for your site.


Name: Mark Onstad
Email: mao@selway.umt.edu
City: Missoula, MT.  USA
Date: 8/28/99

Comments

I've tried 3 different modems, USRobotics 56K upgrade with v.90, Encore 56K/X2 Upgraded to v.90 (x2 dropped after 1.24 firmware), and LT Modem (upgraded with modem554.exe). The only modem that won't connect v.90 is the Lucent Technologies Modem, while the USR and Encore does connect v.90 (s38 = 0, s37 = 14 was also tried with no luck.) I believe there is still problems with the Lucent Tech. code (just about the same as encores past codes which didn't work). This site is great...maybe as time goes on and with more complaints on the Lucent Win modem (PCI) that eventually it will work!!!!


Name: Bill Neill
Email: proev@mill.net
City: San Diego, CA
Date: 8/25/99

Comments

QUESTION ABOUT ALL MODEMS

The FCC is dealing with the users of phone numbers that is consuming all the phone numbers. Computer Modems have been identified as a major contributor to causing all the new area codes that people do not like.

With FCC about to order all Computer Modems to begin using hexadecimal phone numbers for dial up access, the question is what modems will dial the new numbers, like 3F8-CB8Ř?

All control programs will need to be changed to allow for the input of the full number set: (are not VANITY NUMBERS) Ř(true zero),1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F. All modems can now dial the decimal number set: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0 today.

Some modems can be modified with a change in or a update of FIRM WARE, but other than that, they will or will not dial hex numbers depending on how they are wired!

I have experimented and found some will dial specific hex digits, some brands will not dial hex at all, and so on.

If a modem can not dial hex, it will cost the consumer, since a surcharge on decimal phone numbers will apply, but a discount can be had for using hexadecimal phone numbers for computer access.

Please do publish this and ask for results from users.

What do companies intend to do to up grade to full hexadecimal, or HEX READY modems? All the chips are Hex Ready.


Name: Bill M.
Email: wmcclure@ix.netcom.com
City: CA.
Date: 8/24/99

Comments

After reading your page about "ROCKWELL/CONEXANT" MODEMS (HCF), I understand why I am so angry and frustrated with this modem (winmodem). I purchased a new Compaq computer 3 weeks ago and have been through H--L trying to get the modem to work. It keeps dropping our internet connection immediately after the initial connect. I spent several HOURS on the phone with "Technical Support". What a waste of time. I finally demanded something be done to get this working, as I bring work home from the office and need to connect to the internet (e-mail, etc.). Now I am waiting (what else is new) for a technician to call, when he has the time, to scedule a "home visit" to see if he can fix this modem. I was told it would probably be 5 to 7 days before we scheduled the appoinment and he could be here. (A total of 4 1/2 weeks now with no internet on this NEW COMPUTER.) I wish I had read your page before I made the purchase, but sadly, I went looking for help after the fact. I am sorry I bought this computer and WOULD NOT RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE ELSE until the modem has been improved or replaced with an actual modem. If I didn't have this laptop, I'd be hurting as regards my job. Trouble is, my whole family has been using it also, since the desktop model is "out of service". I hope this informaion and warning is helpful to others. Sure wish I knew all this before. Maybe I'll be internet ready within the next week, or 4 weeks ...... Oh well.


Name: buzzdave@naples.infi.net
Email: David Buzzell
City: Naples, Fl USA
Date: 8/21/99

Comments

 


Name: Frank
Email:
City: Liverpool, PA, USA
Date: 8/19/99

Comments

What a surprise! I linked here from Dell Support to get some answers on the LT Lucent Win Modem and found myself here for two days sucking up as much info as I could. Upgraded the new firmware and the LT runs much, much better. Also checked out the performance of a 3Com 56K INT Voice on my desktop with the info I learned. Understood why it doesn't quite hit 56K. Now, onto getting Net.Medic...


Name: Jak Hunt
Email: JakBoy@prodigy.net
City: Ocean Springs Mississippi US
Date: 8/18/99

Comments

Your site has worthwhile content as well as a neat look. Though most of the details are over my head, I appreciate your efforts to inform.


Name: anonymous
Email:
City: anonymous
Date: 8/16/99

Comments

You guys had better come up with some better ideas than a RipTide technology modem. This modem has no quality what so ever. I can't even change my modem out without replacing my mother board. That goes the same for my sound card and video card. I will never buy a hewlett packard or rockwell device again.


Name: anonymous
Email: anynonymous
City: anonymous
Date: 8/16/99

Comments

You guys had better come up with some better ideas than a RipTide technology modem. This modem has no quality what so ever. I can't even change my modem out without replacing my mother board. That goes the same for my sound card and video card. I will never buy a hewlett packard or rockwell device again.


Name: Keith Pottinger
Email: KPottinger@dga-ltd.co.uk
City: UK
Date: 8/16/99

Comments

Thanks for your help. I know now why the Soft56 modem one of my son's pals just bought and can't get going was so cheap. We will try one of the Zoltrix drivers. Excellent site. Thanks again.


Name: Ken Barnes
Email: gmaster3@bellsouth.net
City: Summerville, SC
Date: 8/15/99

Comments

Great Site !!!!


Name: hENK Anjema
Email: h.d.anjema@getronics.nl
City: The netherlands
Date: 8/12/99

Comments

Promised to keep you informed: Installed PPP-Boost with the recommended items. Connected my USR-Sportster Message modem onto my provider: IT HAS NEVER BEEN FASTER !!!!. Also installed Net.Medic to control the speed and it's really a relief to watch the average rate and speedlimit. Now I get 6-7-8 kbs/s instead of 500 or less bs/s. THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Name: Tom Cormier
Email: tomcor@hotmail.com
City: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Date: 8/11/99

Comments

Thank you thank you thank you, over 4 months i have been trying to find out why i was having so many disconnects from the internet. On glance over your site and i had the answer. I cannot believe that there are proper computer store out there with supposed computer knowledgeable people that didn't know about the problems with this HCF modem, mine is from Diamond - Supra. Just exchanged for a newer model and if that doesn't work, i'll get a new and not HCF. Thanks again


Name: Jan Uhre
Email:
City: Denmark
Date: 8/10/99

Comments

Great site. Thanks for the help in solving my LT Win modem - problems.


Name: Rayne
Email:
City: Alabama
Date: 8/9/99

Comments

This site has been a big help in getting better connections for my 56K LT Winmodem. Thanks for all the info. I used to get connections around 26400 and after going to your site I am now getting connections around 52000. I will keep checking back here to get new drivers whenever they are available.


Name: Henk Anjema
Email: h.d.anjema@getronics.nl
City: The Netherlands
Date: 8/9/99

Comments

Thank you very much for this usefull information. I'm going to try to solve my problems with my 56kSportster modem. Will keep you all informed.


Name: Stephen Wadeley
Email: stephen.wadeley which.net
City: Edinburgh, Scotland
Date: 8/5/99

Comments

I have a Twinhead 166 notebook. Thanks to this website I have succesfully upgraded the modem software. A lot of cheaper "House Brand" notebooks are made by Twinhead. My Twinhead has a curve in the top edge of the cover so I can easily spot other branded notebooks which are in fact made by Twinhead. Keep up this amazingly good work! Best Regards,


Name: Brian J. Brown
Email: Brian.j.Brown@wcom.com
City: Colorado Springs/Colorado/USA
Date: 8/4/99

Comments

I'm doing a project that requires a digital FAX Modem to handle up to 200 outbound per day. Can you recommend a manufacturer and also how would I determine the number of lines necessary to turn around this load without backing up the queue ?


Name: Steve Grossberg
Email:
City: Mahwah, NJ
Date: 7/25/99

Comments

As a result of reading information on your web site I purchased a lucent modem. I know you don't remember but I emailed you about 6 months ago asking you what Lucent chip modem is good. You responded and told me to stay away from Hawking and Genica I believe. In any event I wound up buying the Paradise wavecom pci. Now I see you did the same and are recommending it. I love my Paradise modem and have had zero problems with it and great connections. I am still using 5.44 firmware. Lucky guess for me to buy the Paradise. Thanks for an informative site.


Name: Larry Graham
Email: lggraham@prodigy.net
City: Upper Darby/PA/US
Date: 7/21/99

Comments

I plan to make your web sight a recommended stop for all the folks who work in the peripherals and computer sections of our store.


Name: soundmandoug
Email:
City: Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Date: 7/21/99

Comments

Excellent Website. Found it through Netscape Netsearch. I was having serious connection probs with mt LT modem after switching to a new ISP. At least I can get a 44K Connect now after using your latest upgrade. It would take a half hour of continous dialing to get any connection. I still have slower connects than my old ISP (46600 down to 44000) and would like to better that.

Take care... http://music.sudbury.net


Name: Sevan Ismailian
Email: xetenor@tweak3d.net
City: Glendale, CA, USA
Date: 7/21/99

Comments

I have learned a lot about my LT Winmodem in my HP Pavilion 8370 system, thanks to Richard with his awesome website. I knew I was not the only one with an average connection. Keep this website updated Richard! Thanks

People, clap for Richard!


Name: Mark K Vallevand
Email: markus@rsvl.unisys.com
City: Lino Lakes, MN USA
Date: 7/20/99

Comments

I'm trying to find some solution to my problems with Lucent Tech Win Modems and Windows NT. Thats why I came to the site.

I run Windows NT 4.0 SP5 on a dual P-II 333 system. Have the latest 5.53 driver for the LT. I cannot get connections for more than one or 2 minutes. The modem simply disconnects. The disconnect reason given by the diagnostics is reason 1, remote disconnection. However, if I boot in single processor mode, the modem works just fine. I'm absolutely convinced its a driver problem, because I write NT device drivers for a living, and my tools point right at ltmodem.sys when I get the blue screen of death. Oh, did I mention the blue screen of death? Yep, I get them sometimes running dual processors and dialing up through the modem.

What's a poor hacker to do? Any pointers to info about the LT and NT dual processors?

Regards. Mark K Vallevand


Name: Wayne W. Martin
Email: wwmartin@epix.net
City: GOODVILLE, PA. USA
Date: 7/20/99

Comments

I'm told by my ISP support- Get a Hardware Based Modem Avoid a Software Based modem This ISP is using KFlex v.90 I assume that is Rockwell based? Another ISP is using USR x2 v.90 and all I have is troubles. If I connect, it may be at 24.0 My modem is a Diamond SupraMax 56i v.90 Data/Fax/-with Speakerphone I'm having all kinds of connect troubles. I suppose it is of the Software Based ?


Name: Wayne W. Martin
Email: wwmartin@epix.net
City: GOODVILLE, PA. USA
Date: 7/20/99

Comments

I'm told by my ISP support- Get a Hardware Based Modem Avoid a Software Based modem This ISP is using KFlex v.90 I assume that is Rockwell based? Another ISP is using USR x2 v.90 and all I have is troubles. If I connect, it may be at 24.0 My modem is a Diamond SupraMax 56i v.90 Data/Fax/-with Speakerphone I'm having all kinds of connect troubles. I suppose it is of the Software Based ?


Name: Alan Saunders
Email: alan@freeserve.co.uk
City: Ditcham, Petersfield, Hampshire UK
Date: 7/20/99

Comments

It's 06:30am I've little hair left & there is loose cable curled across the floor to by-pass the house wiring. Your site has at least given me a new perspective 'I am not alone!'. I know I can get 44k on my old Puretek & had intended to upgrade it to V.90 once I had my 'new' HCF working. Many thanks for your excellent site.


Name: Steve Prankard
Email: serco@oakhanger99.freeserve.co.uk
City: Bordon, Hants., England
Date: 7/19/99

Comments

Excellent. It seems that you have been able to help so many people. I just hope you can do the same for me!


Name: David A. Hunt
Email: dhunt@cwis.net
City: Vian/OK/USA
Date: 7/19/99

Comments

Looks like a good site! Dave


Name: walt Tuck
Email: wjtck@ix.netcom.com
City: denver, CO
Date: 7/17/99

Comments

i'm 76 and you sure bailed me out of a tough spot......my wife and i both thank you very much

walt


Name: Kirk
Email:
City: Richmond IL
Date: 7/16/99

Comments

I have now decided without question to get the 3com modem to replace the Crapwell in my Hp 8485. Hate is not a strong enough word to describe my feelings about this modem/soundcard!!


Name: Bill Bradley
Email: bill@sharkmm.com
City: Santa Clara,Ca
Date: 7/15/99

Comments

Very informative;As Tech Support Manager for a modem manufacture I found your information both truthfull and helpfull. However since we now make modems with the Motorola chip (sm56k HSP)it would be nice to have the int strings for them as well. Keep up the good work.


Name: Lloyd Buchfinck
Email: falcon38@mindspring.com
City: Cary, NC
Date: 7/14/99

Comments

Awesome site....I have already bookmarked it!


Name: DARRYL THISELTON
Email: SYSONE@COBWEB.COM.AU
City: SOUTH aUSTRALIA 
Date: 7/12/99

Comments

HI

FROM DOWN UNDER

DARRYL


Name: A.P.Iannetta
Email: alpi@2xtreme.net
City: Rough and Ready, CA . USA
Date: 7/12/99

Comments

I have purchase a new system,-july 2,99- HP Pavilion with a Rockwell HCF 56 Data Fax PCI modem. I can't connect w/internet above 28,800 . The ISP told me to request the V90 softw. to run 56K on my modem. At www.wellmodem.com.tw/hcf56drv.htm I've downloaded the driver "95135all.exe" (472KB) there is a NOTE: " you must see the usaer manual to uninstall old driver and install de new one.. . .." I have not received a user manual with this system and there are no instructions how to do it. plese help. thanks, albert


Name: Chris Ryan
Email: email@thegrid.net
City: San Luis Obispo, Ca
Date: 7/7/99

Comments

I am one of those silly guys that you read about, who enjoy fiddling with modem. I currently am running two LT WinModems using Multi-Link PPP and getting 106.666 connections.


Name: MAHMOUD
Email: ZOORY99@HOTMAIL.COM
City: DUBAI.UAE
Date: 7/6/99

Comments

SALAAM, I HAVE A MODEM ( COMPAQ 56K DFI ) SEND ME THE INSTALLTION DISK / THANKS


Name: Rob Mapletoft
Email: demon@gate-way.net
City: Palmerston
Date: 7/5/99

Comments

Hey. My ISP has changed the dial up phone number about a month ago and ever since I Have been connected at 37333 which is slow compaired when i connect to my friends isp at 53,something... I am wondering if there is anything i can do about this crappy connection speed i am getting. I have a Lucent 56k PCI Win Modem (LT). Can you e-mail me back wiht your insights on this matter.. Thank You Rob Mapletoft demon@gate-way.net


Name: Judd
Email: haschulkejr@worldnet.att.net
City: San Antonio
Date: 7/4/99

Comments

Til I found this site I hadn't had any luck in getting over 26.4. Now I'm getting 115.2 with the help of a dialing string I got from Worldnet techical help. This is in spite of a limitation of 57.6 that I put in the modem setup in WIN998. So I don't know what to think or believe. Anyone have any thoughts or ideas on what is going on?


Name: Lance E.
Email: eleco1@aol.com
City: Daytona Beach , FL
Date: 7/4/99

Comments

I don't see how any modem out there can be sold as a 56k modem when there is absolutely NO Guarantee it will do anything faster than A V.34 modem (28.8kb\s). Why in the hell would anybody spend an extra $40-$70 dollars for a 56K modem when you can buy V.34+ or V.34 modem that will connect at the exact same rate. I don't see any Disclamer stating the "FACT" that 56K V.90 Will Not work on all phone lines (33.6 and up), When most phone lines will only do Less than 31.2kb/s. Well I Guess Bell-South does'nt give a sh_t anyway, at least not here in Daytona Beach,FL. However If you go about 5 to 7 miles north of here into the City of Ormond Beach, which is more of a Upper Class Communinty with more Expencive Homes, 56K connections Will Happen. Again BELLSOUTH Has a priorty to UPPER CLASS COMMUNITY'S. "MONEY-MONEY-MONEY" The same goes For ADSL, IT's not available to ME here in Daytona Beach but I Bet if lived in ORMOND BEACH it Would BE. "Promises-Promises" Hell even right now as I speak, PC's are being sold in this town with DSL Modems in them and they are not going to get anything faster than 28.8kb/s. Again how are these MODEMS allowed to be sold when they are Lemmon's in Daytona Beach,FL. Some say it is because Daytona Beach is such a small town, that Bellsouth Does'nt see it to be as important as other City's Such as Orlando or Jacksonville. That is why Daytona will remain a Repressed city for Business for a long time. Last, If you have CHOICE in your area for Local Service, You might be able to find a Phone Company that Gives a Sh_t about Customer Service, and NOT JUST ABOUT MONEY. Well its just Phoney Technology anyway.


Name: John
Email: johnjen@vaix.net
City: Stuarts Draft/VA/USA
Date: 7/3/99

Comments

HELP! I have a USR/3Com 56k winmodem. Unable to obtain any more than 26.4 connection rates. Here is what I have done in troubleshooting the problem (in order): 1. Ensured that I had the v.90 version 2. checked settings/modem/Win98 settings to modem. Double checked with my ISP on settings... Set at the 115200 rate. 3. Ran a direct line to the block outside my house to the modem, trying to find out if there was any internal EMI sources (110v, phone transformers, bleedovers, etc) 4. Checked with my ISP 5. Asked ALL Internet neighbors in my area what their connection rate was....26.4 was the answer. No more, no less. WHY IS THIS HAPPENING? 6. Called Bell Atlantic, our phone provider, to find out if: there was any boosters or filters to/from our neighborhood. To see if they can connect a repeater to our lines (this might actually improve connection rates) 7. Swapped out modems to make sure, even after finding out meighbors connect at the SAME rate. 8. Personally investigated the possibility that there is a digital to analog then back-to-digital thing going on with Bell Atlantic. Tech there ensures me that this is not happening.

I'm at a loss here. Why are we all connecting at a mere 26.4? This is EVERY neighbor that connects. The majority of us use VAIX.NET (a very reliable provider), some are using CFW, AOL, and other providers. So, we've ruled the ISP being at fault out. If you happen to have something I have NOT tried, please, let me know!

BTW, GREAT website, chock full of information. Your site has actually helped me in troubleshooting some real time, long-haul Navy communications circuit problems when dealing with modems! THANKS AGAIN!!


Name: Gillian
Email: M037dq00@cwcom.net
City: Edinburgh/Scotland
Date: 7/2/99

Comments

This is great, I work in Scotland as online banking tech support and your site is making my life soooooo much easier. Thanks Tons.


Name: Les Hamilton
Email: lhamil@erols.com
City: Silver Spring, MD USA
Date: 6/27/99

Comments

Thank you for providing a well-organized, authoritative site. I'm one of the poor souls plagued by the downward spiral and stalling problems. After trying lots of things, I'm led to the conclusion that line noise may be a principal culprit.

 


Name: Bill Johnson
Email: bjohnson@ev1.net
City: Houston/TX/USA
Date: 6/26/99

Comments

I have found some of the best information on 56k/v90 on this site.


Name: mark
Email: lafaive@innw.net
City: washington state
Date: 6/26/99

Comments

SOMEONE HELP???I have hewlettpackard 4450 CPU with rockwell`s hcf modem , what do I have to do other than getting a new computer from getting disconnected all the time?????Is there anything I should/can do??would appreciate any advice.......I`ve had phone line checked,it was ok


Name: frustrated with what I was told!
Email: naskarl@nctimes.net
City:
Date: 6/22/99

Comments

We have a non microsoft browser and a non aol provider and it seems like every time we add a new game or piece of hardware, that microsoft or aol inserted something that modified our startup or put something in front of some important file! Can't we just drive the only good Desoto that came off the line without people messing with us? Or is it just my imagination that whenever microsoft/aol and non microsoft/aol systems meet there will always be a conflict? As I am writting you this is our third computer in less than two years that our provider (including aol) told us would make "thier" internet run better, but after several updates and downloads to "make it easier to acess the internet" we're still waiting almost as long as when we had the 486 and lower expectations! Signed amd/k62/350mghz/98mbpc100sdram.


Name: Harold
Email: tennis4026@aol.com
City: Augusta,GA
Date: 6/21/99

Comments

Aptiva model 2153-E2U with LT WIN modem, fastest connection rate of 12,200. Please sent helpful information on a faster connection speed for aol


Name: Amy
Email: bliss@dtgnet.com
City: Sioux Falls
Date: 6/20/99

Comments

Thank you for your time and effort and the wise info that you provide. I spend several hours per day on the phone trying to explain to folks why they are not getting 56k connection speeds or are but bad throughput, and I use you and your page to back me up when the going gets tough. It is the best resource for patches and driver links too!


Name: John Ross
Email: s_portguy@hotmail.com
City: shreveport, la
Date: 6/20/99

Comments

Thank You. your links helped to immediatly improve my digitan lt win modem from 26400 to 37333 the very first time I tried to connect. Thanks again and keep up the good work.


Name: Ron Battle
Email: rnb@caribe.net
City: San Juan Puerto Rico
Date: 6/19/99

Comments

I myself live on an Isand with only one Area Code 787. Like your site and appreciate yor effort very much, here in Puerto Rico we don't have much hope for Cable Modems Or Isdn at the present so any Info for 56k is a godsend

Thanks

Ron Battle


Name: Aaron Anderson
Email: pytor77@aol.com
City: Whitehouse,Texas,USA
Date: 6/19/99

Comments

Thanks for all your help. your site is THE best 56k modem site!!! Your site and the posts on the forum have been 10 times more helpfull than all my exchanges with 3com about my problem. I am giving up on obtaining a v90 connection.I will be back in school in a few months with a LAN connection in my dorm room, and I have just learned that cable modems will be available where I live now in less than 5 months. I will get my high speed connection again sooner or later! Thanks again for all your help!!!


Name: George Thompson
Email: georget@worldnet.att.net
City: New Orleans, La., USA
Date: 6/17/99

Comments

An AT&T Worldnet Forum Asst. sent me here to get an upgrade for my LT Win Modem. I had to spend some time in awe of this site. You have put one hellafa lot of information on it. I've been searching the CPU's mfgr's websites for the upgrades and they don't even list the modem on their sites. Thank you very much.


Name: Don Corder
Email: don41@ibox.net
City: Palm Bay, FL, USA
Date: 6/16/99

Comments

Made a huge breakthrough this week using information on your site. I now connect @ 44,000 to 50,666 vs 37,333 and with a much improved download speed too. Thanks for the help.


Name: Jeff Stone
Email: jstone@softcom.net
City: Fortuna CA; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Date: 6/15/99

Comments

Many thanks for a great site! Using the information from the site I have been able to download drivers and upgrade both a Compaq Presario 1235 Laptop and an HP Pavillion 8250. The former is used in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and the upgrade raised connection speeds from 28,000-33,000 (+/-) bps to consistent 45,333 and 46,666 bps. The H.P. is used in Northern California, and rates have gone from 33,600 to consistent 46,666 bps. Keep up the great work!


Name: Dean Han
Email: DeaN972@juno.com
City: Carrollon Texas
Date: 6/14/99

Comments

Your website has really helped me. Before the LT winmodem gave me 26.4 connections... Now i reach as high as 50.3.. The new handshake helps very well. LT has given me the best ping for all my games. Its very hard to find an LT in the market now these days. I had a USR and the LT runs at a much better performance with this firmware. Keep the firmware updates coming. Thanks again


Name: David J.
Email:
City: Maui, Hawaii
Date: 6/13/99

Comments

Good site; I'm still trying to work out my connect and throughput speeds. With a Zoom 2919L modem I still only connect at 26k, throughput avg. 23k with occasional spikes to 44k. can you get a 'conditioned line' from GTE?


Name: Sally Williams
Email:
City: USA
Date: 6/12/99

Comments

THANK YOU for caring enough to create this website. I am another user that has been ripped of by Rockwell junk. Your information has helped me clear up my problems.


Name: Yuna
Email: Yuna1m@aol.com
City: Ft. Laud, FL
Date: 6/11/99

Comments

Great Site! I downloaded Version 5.49, and for the first time I was able to connect to AOL at 34K. Not all the time, but better than 28 or 24 all the time. Keep up the good work!


Name: Teknoboy
Email: Teknoboy@skynet.be
City: Belgium
Date: 6/8/99

Comments

Realy good Information about the Lucent Win Modem.Keep on the Good Work. <a href="http://users.skynet.be/dominium"><img src="http://users.skynet.be/dominium/minilogo.gif" border="0"></a>


Name: AHoj
Email:
City: Cracow/Poland
Date: 6/8/99

Comments

I've visited a number sites about modems but this is the best.


Name: MrBlack
Email:
City: NY state
Date: 6/8/99

Comments

A well thought-out, easily navagable, chock-full of helpful info site, with a GREAT name!! :) I frequent a members helping members chat room called "Just PC Help" on AOL, and was referred here by another regular from the room. I too will start sending people here for information on modems.


Name: Crystal
Email: crystal@eznet.net
City: NY State
Date: 6/3/99

Comments

Great site, I work as tech support for a local ISP, i send users there everyday and they too love the site!!!!

Kepp up the Good work!!!


Name: Steve
Email:
City: Nashville Tn
Date: 6/2/99

Comments

Great Site! Found alot of good information and judt about have the bugs worked out of my 56k connection.


Name: peter
Email:
City: Gawler SA Aust
Date: 6/2/99

Comments

I had a real problem after I did a clean install of windows 98 on my Presario. It wouldn't reconise the modem. Couldn't get the drivers off the cd that came with the compaq. I downloaded the LT driver from your site with another machine. problem now solved. Connects at 46666 or 49333 everytime. PS the clean instal also gave me about an extra 100 mb of disk space, don't know what they put on it at the factory, but it hasn't been missed


Name: Richard Fraley
Email: yoohoo65@alltel.net
City: Blakely,Ga.-USA
Date: 6/1/99

Comments

I just found your site and do not understand a lot of the technical jargon. My modem is a HSP K56 Flex.pnp and I have no idea who/what company manufactured this unit. I dcan't get MSn to open 75% of the time and was told by tech staff (MSN) that I need a V90 to be sucessful al the time. I need to know can it abe upgraded to be V90 (compatable ?)

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