You didn't give enough info about the available system
resources. I'd bet that you are running out of IRQs? Do you have a
sound card in the machine too? Do you have (and are you using) any of
your systems probable built-in serial ports? (they will take up an IRQ
also if enabled in the CMOS setup, whether you plug anything into them
or not) You really need to lose the soft modem and replace it with a
good hardware based 56K modem, or an external one that actually USES
one of your built-in serial ports. After doing that, you won't need
to have both of those modems in the machine at the same time. BTW, do
you have a serial mouse, or a bus mouse, or a PS/2 mouse? (or none at
all???) Your mouse/pointing device will need an IRQ also, not to
mention all the standard system devices that use them, so you can
begin to see how you will need to get rid of the excess junk that
isn't being used, or even usable under any OS you will want to run.
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On Tue, 16 Feb 1999 09:58:28 -0500, Jose Urena
>if the suppra does not have PnP enabled, it should work fine
>> On Sat, 13 Feb 1999 18:46:40 -0500, "Colonel Panic?"
>> >sorry, dewd..56WP is a f*ckin winshitter, it uses comm.drv or the Logicode
>> >equivalent in Win95, and there is NO driver to use that muck in NT
>> >either....my advice?? *Toss it* or sell to the win95 handicapped....
>> >>Logicode 56K WINModem
>> >>Supra 288i PNP NON-WINModem
>> >>Again, if anyone can help me configure the ISAPNP utility or whatever
>> >>it is that I need to initialize this modem ( the Supra) I would be
>> >>forever indebted and well on my way to leaving WIN95 behind for my
>> >>girlfriend to use :-)
>> Right, realize the Logicode (56k modem) is a winmodem,but the older
>> Supra 28.8 can be run from DOS, I am just having trouble getting it
>> set up. Or are you saying that I have to remove the Logicode one in
>> order to get the other one to work? That would suck...