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Re: [vox-tech] Lucent Venus modem worked for about 1/2 hour then stopped working



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Perhaps you could try downloading the lucent winmodem drivers in windows, 
rebooting and using them? find them on http://google.com/

On Thursday, December 20 2001 03:00 am, kabloom@ucdavis.edu wrote:
> I purchased a Lectron I56LVP-F3 modem today at Frys electronics and
> installed it in my computer which dual-boots Mandrake 8.1 and Windows
> 2000. For about 1/2 hour after installing the modem, I was able to
> successfully connect to the internet using this modem, and HardDrake would
> cooperate with the modem. As I was experimenting with various different
> utilities to initiate a PPP connection to my provider, at some point the
> modem suddenly stopped working and HardDrake started to believe it was a
> winmodem. I reinstalled Mandrake 8.1 (for lack of any better idea what to
> do) to no avail. Mandrake still thinks my Venus modem is a winmodem.
>
> I did not have to perform the setserial command to make the modem work
> correctly, (harddrake got that right automatically when the modem was
> working, and it still seems to be getting it right) and I did not have to
> install any drivers to get it to work for that 1/2 hour. But it doesn't
> work anymore, even after a reinstall of the system.
>
> Any ideas how to make it work?
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> http://lists.lugod.org/mailman/listinfo/vox-tech

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