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I can't hear my dial up modem dial tone

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by DavidL2004, Apr 10, 2004.

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  1. DavidL2004

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    hi there,

    i connect to the internet via dial up. No, not to AOL, just an ISP you haven't heard of. Everything works fine, just that few days ago, when i started dialing, it stopped making any sounds where you can hear the number being dialled and when it connects.

    Is there a way to switch the sound back on, I checked my Volume control, Line-In and they aren't on Mute. So whats the problem?? Bear in mind, everything works! just no sound like it used to do.

    thanks

    David
     
  2. mobo

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    Go into dialup networking and click on the connection and see if the option is there.
     
  3. DavidL2004

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    everything looks ok, *modem speaker volume" is Enabled and ticked. The problem is still there though.
     
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    The modem is dialing up though is it,and the problem is that you cannot hear it ? Click on modem in control panel and see whether tone or pulse is checked..
     
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