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rhays44

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I am using Windows98 and a dial-up 56K modem. Usually when I dial-up i hear the usual dial-up noise followed by a "static" sound until I connect, once connected it used to quit making the static noise. Currently it will make the noise until I disconnect or until I mute the speakerphone which isn't the way it should be. Any ideas? I just got rid of the about blank virus and coolwebsearch virus using these forums along with Hijackthis. I never had the internet problem until I had the virus. Help!!!!! Please!!!!
 
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rhays44,

Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Modems > Properties > Connection and click on the 'Advanced' button.

In the 'Extra Settings' field add M1L1

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Ln (Speaker Volume)
This command controls the modem speaker volume when the speaker is turned on.

L0,1 -- Selects low speaker volume.
L2 -- Selects medium speaker volume.
L3 -- Selects high speaker volume.

Mn (Speaker Control)
This command selects when the modem speaker will be on or off.

M0 -- The speaker is always off.
M1 -- Enables the speaker during call establishment, but off once the carrier is detected.
M2 -- The speaker is always on.
M3 -- Disables the speaker during the dialing period and receiving carrier, but on during answering.
 
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