Re: Voice modem problem
"Shepİ" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 14:48:32 +0100, Whilst playing Smegball with the
> scutters "Bryan Henderson" <bhendersonNOSPAM@freenet.co.uk> wrote :
> >"Prof" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> >> Have you tried raising the volume on the Window's virtual mixer? Since
> >> voice modem is a wave device it might work.
> >If you mean the volume control on the task bar etc then yes if I turn
> >volume up high I can hear the messages. I have a USB TV device and the
> >volume level I use for this used to be fine for the modem but now I am
> >having to turn up the level higher for listening to messages then turn it
> >down to listen to TV before I didn't have to do this.
> Having never used the,"Voice"option of a modem I'm not sure if this
> will help but here ya go.
> There are,"Two"places you can adjust the modem,"Handshake"volume which
> I suspect may also affect the,"Voice" volume of which you can confirm
> if this works.
> 1:Go to Dial Up Networking/Highlight your Connection/Right
> click/Properties/Configure and move the Volume slider all the way to
> the right and work your way out.
> 2:Control Panel/Modems/Highlight your modem/Properties and do the
> HTH :)
I've done this now but it hasn't helped. It states this is for the modem
speaker, but play back of messages is done on the speakers through the
soundcard. I suspect the problem is when they are recorded.
The modem is described as a Generic SoftK56 Data,Fax,Voice,Speakerphone in
device manager however Bitware has it as a Conexant SoftK56 Data,Fax,
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