PCMCIA,PCMCIA MODEM

PCMCIA,PCMCIA MODEM

Post by <jimimo.. » Mon, 04 Sep 2000 04:09:41



I have a pcmcia internal card modem 56 kbs fax modem and that's the
manufactures name pcmica,pcmica Maker 56_v.90_ DATA FAX_Modem-BA 28/0 I
found  the  address by running more info  in Windows 98 modem properties
which was 3E8 at the FCC web site that turned out to be SEO WON K-TEC/4F
IL SUNG BLDG/6 YANG DONG SEOCHO KUI/SEOUL,KOREA///01-19-94/ANDY
YANCHAK - ULTRATEC/33-4181 SLADEVIEW CRESCENT/MISSISSAUGA,ONT//L5L 5R2,
I've tried looking up the company  through the names address etc. with
no luck the coumputer is a generic throw together that was put together
for a contract to the Dade county school borad I don't know if they ever
bought them but there where a lot of these  Authentic AMD -K6 3D
processor with printers  win98 plus OS, network cards and modems, I just
want to find the V.90 driver for the modem somebody has to have the same
modem or they know enough about the chipset that they might know another
products V.90 software that will work I'll probly have to upgrade the
verson also .If any one can help me  or offer any advise it would be
deeply appreciated .

                                                Thanks, Jimi

 
 
 

PCMCIA,PCMCIA MODEM

Post by Alexander Wei » Thu, 07 Sep 2000 17:28:37


Hi John,

I have the same probem with my PCMCIA modem. I don't know which driver I
should use and where to get them. I'm currently using the standard win98
v.90 drivers. But they don't work very well. I get disconnected
everytime after a few minutes.

the ati results are:

ati0
FM560 VER 2.03 V.90 (VER 1.14 TBR21 V.2)

OK
ati1
55B7

OK
ati2
OK
ati3
FM560 VER 2.03 V.90 (VER 1.14 TBR21 V.2)

OK
ati4
17

OK
ati5
p60598a,0,25

OK
ati6
OK
ati7
OK
ati8
OK
ati9
TBR-21

OK
ati10
ERROR
ATI11

    Description                         Status
    ---------------                     ------------
    Last Connection                     NA
    Initial Transmit Carrier Rate       NA
    Initial Receive  Carrier Rate       NA
    Final   Transmit Carrier Rate       NA
    Final   Receive  Carrier Rate       NA
    Protocol Negotiation Result         NA
    Data Compression Result             NA
    Estimated Noise Level               NA
    Receive  Signal Power Level  (-dBm) NA
    Transmit Signal Power Level  (-dBm) NA
    Round Trip Delay             (msec) NA
Press any key to continue; ESC to quit.

    Description                         Status
    ---------------                     ------------
    Near Echo Level              (-dBm) NA
    Far  Echo Level              (-dBm) NA
    Transmit Frame Count                0
    Transmit Frame Error Count          0
    Receive  Frame Count                0
    Receive  Frame Error Count          0
    Retrain by Local  Modem             0
    Retrain by Remote Modem             0
    Call Termination Cause              0
    Robbed-Bit Signaling                NA
    Digital Loss                   (dB) NA
    Remote Server ID                    NA

OK
ati12
ERROR
ati13
55B7

ERROR
ati14
ERROR
ati15
ERROR

If any one could help, that would be great.

Alex


> Hi Jimi,
> can you get the ati results from hyperterminal:
> START--PROGRAMS--ACCESSORIES--COMMUNICATION--HYPERTERMINAL

> Select hyperterminal.exe and go direct to COM port where the modem is installed

> type ati0------through to ati15
> (you may have to type atiE1...to enable echo if you cannot see what you have
> entered)
> then post the results
> this should enable the experts to see what 'chipset' is being used

> Many Regards
> John
> G3PTO


 
 
 

PCMCIA,PCMCIA MODEM

Post by QABRISTOL » Sat, 09 Sep 2000 03:21:55


Hi Alex,
I will do a search on that chipset and see if you are using the latest drivers.
One point which comes to mind is that we have found that turning off the PC
Power Management alleviates loss of service
Will get back to you with further info
John
G3PTO
 
 
 

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