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  • Terminology and Strings Questions:
    Q:  Attachment
    Q:  Browser
    Q:  Cookies
    Q:  Downloading
    Q:  Email
    Q:  FTP
    Q:  GIF
    Q:  HTML
    Q:  Internet
    Q:  IP Address
    Q:  ISP
    Q:  JPEG
    Q:  LAN
    Q:  Modem
    Q:  Mouse
    Q:  Spam
    Q:  Url
    Q:  Webpage
    Q:  Rockwell/Conexant INI
    Q:  Lucent INI
    Q:  USR/3COM INI
    Q:  PCTel HSP micro modem
    Q:  ESS technologies
    Q:  Diamond
    Q:  Detecting win modems


    Terminology and Strings Questions/Answers:
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    Q:  Attachment
    A:  Adding an attachment allows you to add a file to an email message. These files can be photos, documents, or just about anything, as long as the file is relatively small (up to 1 megabyte). Remember, the larger the file, the longer it will take the person on the other end to download, so always be considerate. Attachments are also a great way to pass along computer virii (plural for virus). If you receive an email with an attachment from someone you don't know, beware. Don't put it in your mouth, you don't know where that thing's been. At this point, you can either open it or throw it away.
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    Q:  Browser
    A:  Your browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape) interprets Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) into images, text, links and the general layout of the pages you will see. You see these as web pages. From CNN.com to kiltsareus.com, you need a browser to view any site. Each company browser is a little different. Which browser you decide to use is entirely up to you.
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    Q:  Cookies
    A:  Cookies are almost invisible packets of information stored on your computer. These packets save information that allow you to visit particular web sites faster. Passwords, preferences and personal information are stored in these cookies and sent from your computer to the particular web site to save you from having to log on and fill out a bunch of information every time you visit a particular site.
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    Q:  Downloading
    A:  Electronically transferring information from one computer to another.
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    Q:  Email
    A:  Short for electronic mail, email can be sent anywhere in the world
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    Q:  FTP
    A:  File Transfer Protocol. A way of transferring files between to computers
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    Q:  GIF
    A:  Graphic Interchange Format. A commonly used graphic format.
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    Q:  HTML
    A:  Hyper Text Markup Language.
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    Q:  Internet
    A:  The global collection of interconnected networks.
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    Q:  IP Address
    A:  A computers unique Internet address expressed in numbers.
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    Q:  ISP
    A:  Internet Service Provider.
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    Q:  JPEG
    A:  Joint Photographic Experts Group. Another popular graphic format.
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    Q:  LAN
    A:  Local Area Network. A computer network located in businesses or homes.
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    Q:  Modem
    A:  The modem is the device used to covert analog signals into something the computer can understand. And its required to dial up to our service.
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    Q:  Mouse
    A:  Device used to “point and click” on the computers we use today. Also needed to help tech support if you need to call us.
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    Q:  Spam
    A:  Unwanted, not asked for email received from an unauthorized vendor.
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    Q:  Url
    A:  A hyperlink to a website or location on the WWW.
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    Q:  Webpage
    A:  Data collected into an easily viewable format for your viewing pleasure,

    Modem Help, Common Questions

    Why does my Internet Explorer say, Detecting Proxy settings?

    The Proxy settings are in your Internet Options.  While looking at a webpage, click on Tools at the top of the screen, and pull down to Internet Options.  Click the Connections tab at the top, then click LAN Settings at the bottom of your screen.  In here, you will probably have Automatically detect settings checked, please uncheck this alone with anything else that is checked in this box, then press OK.  Now, Select All2Easy in the White box at the top of this screen, and then click Settings, here you will probably also see Automatically detect settings checked, please uncheck this along with anything else that is checked at the top of this screen. Press OK and your problem with detecting Proxy settings should disappear.
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    Q:  Rockwell/Conexant INI
    A:  We have several initialization strings in which you can try to stabilize your modem.

    To enter these commands follow these instructions:

    1. Open My Computer then Dial Up Networking.
    2. Right click on your All2Easy connection and left click on Properties.
    3. Click on Configure then Connections across the top and click Advanced at the bottom. Here you will see Extra Settings.  This is where you will enter one of the commands below.

    Rockwell HCF modem
    ATS36=7S48=128
    AT&F&C1&D2&K3
    AT&F&C1&D2&K3\N3%C3
    ATS36=7S48=128+MR=1;+MS=V90
    AT&F+MR=1;+MS=V34
    AT&F+MR=1;+MS=V90

    For example, to limit connection speed to 48k use:
    AT+MS=V90,0,14400,48000,14400,48000

    Rockwell brand
    +MS=V90,0
    +MS=K56,0
    +MS=V34
    +ES=1,0,1;
    +MS=12
    +MS=56
    +MS=11
    Conexant Brand
    s27=64

             If you get an error message stating the modem can't initialize or modem not responding please remove the string and reboot. Please be aware that some problems can't be fixed by INI strings and that it could be a phone line issue.
        It is also a good idea to visit your modem manufacture's website for update drivers and specific INI strings.

    http://www.conexant.com
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    Q:  Lucent INI
    A:  We have several initialization strings in which you can try to stabilize your modem.
    To enter these commands follow these instructions:

    1. Open My Computer then Dial Up Networking.
    2. Right click on your All2Easy connection and left click on Properties.
    3. Click on Configure then Connections across the top and click Advanced at the bottom. Here you will see Extra Settings.  This is where you will enter one of the commands below.

    s38=0
    -v90=0
    s38=0-v90=0
    \n2
    s109=2
    s109=0

    If you get an error message stating the modem can't initialize or modem not responding please remove the string and reboot. Please be aware that some problems can't be fixed by INI strings and that it could be a phone line issue.

        It is also a good idea to visit your modem manufacture's website for update drivers and specific INI strings.  

    http://www.lucent.com
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    Q:  USR/3COM INI
    A:  We have several initialization strings in which you can try to stabilize your modem.

    To enter these commands follow these instructions:

    1. Open My Computer then Dial Up Networking.
    2. Right click on your All2Easy connection and left click on Properties.
    3. Click on Configure then Connections across the top and click Advanced at the bottom. Here you will see Extra Settings.  This is where you will enter one of the commands below.

    S32=34
    S15=128
    S32=66
    S32=98

    If you get an error message stating the modem can't initialize or modem not responding please remove the string and reboot. Please be aware that some problems can't be fixed by INI strings and that it could be a phone line issue.

        It is also a good idea to visit your modem manufacture's website for update drivers and specific INI strings.

    http://www.3com.com
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    Q:  PCTel HSP micro modem
    A:  We have several initialization strings in which you can try to stabilize your modem.

    To enter these commands follow these instructions:

    1. Open My Computer then Dial Up Networking.
    2. Right click on your All2Easy connection and left click on Properties.
    3. Click on Configure then Connections across the top and click Advanced at the bottom. Here you will see Extra Settings.  This is where you will enter one of the commands below.

    n0s37=14
    n0s37=13
    n0s37=12
    \N5

    If you get an error message stating the modem can't initialize or modem not responding please remove the string and reboot. Please be aware that some problems can't be fixed by INI strings and that it could be a phone line issue.

        It is also a good idea to visit your modem manufacture's website for update drivers and specific INI strings.

    http://www.pctel.com
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    Q:  ESS technologies
    A:  We have several initialization strings in which you can try to stabilize your modem.

    To enter these commands follow these instructions:

    1. Open My Computer then Dial Up Networking.
    2. Right click on your All2Easy connection and left click on Properties.
    3. Click on Configure then Connections across the top and click Advanced at the bottom. Here you will see Extra Settings.  This is where you will enter one of the commands below.

    +MS=17,0
    \N5
    +MS=12,0
    +MS=11,0

    If you get an error message stating the modem can't initialize or modem not responding please remove the string and reboot. Please be aware that some problems can't be fixed by INI strings and that it could be a phone line issue.

        It is also a good idea to visit your modem manufacture's website for update drivers and specific INI strings.

    http://www.esstech.com
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    Q:  Diamond
    A:  We have several initialization strings in which you can try to stabilize your modem.

    To enter these commands follow these instructions:

    1. Open My Computer then Dial Up Networking.
    2. Right click on your All2Easy connection and left click on Properties.
    3. Click on Configure then Connections across the top and click Advanced at the bottom. Here you will see Extra Settings.  This is where you will enter one of the commands below.

    Diamond SupraMax 56i modem
    If you are using the PCI version of the SupraMax modem, try the following initialization string in your dialing software:
    AT&F+MR=1;+MS=V34

    If you are using the ISA version of the SupraMax modem, try the following initialization string in your dialing software:
    AT&FW2+MS=V34
    AT+MS=V90             to try and establish V90

    Diamond SupraExpress 56i V.90
    +MS=12,0,28000,56000         init string to force V90
    +MS=12,1,28000,56000        automatically adjust for line speeds

    Diamond support advises AT&F1 W2 for all supra's. Add +MS=11,0 to get connected at v.34
    As well, setting it to the Windows 98 Standard 56k Modem Driver will work.

      Diamond
    Supra Max 56i ISA FAX (2.03)
    AT&FW2+MS=V34
    Supra Max 56i PCI SP (2.1.2.xxx)
    AT&FW2+MS=V34
    Supra Max 56i PCI Voice (2.1.2.xxx)
    AT&FW2+MS=V34
    SupraExpress 56e V.90 Sup 2420 (2.xxx)
    AT&FW2+MS=11,0
    SupraExpress 56i Sp V.90 Sup 2480 (2.xxx)
    AT&FW2+MS=11,0
    SupraExpress 56i V.90 Sup 2490 (2.xxx)
    AT&FW2+MS=11,0
    Supra PC Card (PC) Sup 2240 (2.xxx)
    AT&FW2+MS=11,0

    If you get an error message stating the modem can't initialize or modem not responding please remove the string and reboot. Please be aware that some problems can't be fixed by INI strings and that it could be a phone line issue.

        It is also a good idea to visit your modem manufacture's website for update drivers and specific INI strings.

    http://www.computermart.com/Diamond.htm
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    Q:  Detecting win modems
    A:  To see if you have a Win modem, Open My computer, then open Dial up Networking. Right click on your All2Easy connection and at the bottom it will have a Configure button, right above that it will tell you what kind of modem you have.  If it says Win, or PCI in there, then you have a Win modem.
     
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