Thanks for the suggestion. I went to the knowledge base however, and none
of what I found corrected the problem for me These are “standard” 56k
modems manufacturered by a major company, USRobotics. They aren’t
winmodems. I don’t understand why the OS wouldn’t recognize them.
“Hardware Support Account” <email@example.com> wrote in message
Please don’t cross post (it makes a mess of the newsgroup).
Goto the QNX Knowledge Base and run a search on QNX RTP using the keyword
You should find what you need.
Dale Frameli <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
I installed QNX v6 and so far I really like it. Unfortunately, I cannot
fully explore QNX because I an unable to get either one of two modems to
work with it > > I have an ISA slotted USR 56K PnP Voice FAX modem. It
not a “winmodem”. After many disappointing attempts to get it working,
replaced the modem with another USR model, a PCI slotted 56K PnP modem
a winmodem either). QNX doesn’t seem to recognize the PCI slot modem
> Anyone have any suggestions on how I can get a modem working with