From: Rick Moen (rick at domain linuxmafia.com)
Date: Fri 12 Oct 2001 - 19:38:26 IST
begin Wynne, Conor quotation:
> Sorry to burst your bubble Conor, but that's no good because Hyperterminal
> is a 'doze application and when 'doze is running, a Winmodem responds like a
> modem because the PC based driver and the DSP hardware combine to BE a
> modem. That's why I suggested DOS or Linux software.
Exactly right. For MS-DOS, I recommend good ol'Telix.
http://linuxmafia.com/pub/ms-dos/ has a copy. Of course, you'll also
make sure you know the COM port of the alleged modem, and, if that COM
port is particularly wacky, its IRQ and I/O base address.
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