Hearing modem through speakers.


M

muzician21

I have a Compaq Deskpro EN PIV running XP Home and an HSP56
Micromodem. When connecting to the internet, I can hear the dialtone
and modem noise. I've never had this happen before.

Any suggestions on how to disconnect the modem sounds from the
speakers?

Thanks
 
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J

Just.some.guy

I have a Compaq Deskpro EN PIV running XP Home and an HSP56
Micromodem. When connecting to the internet, I can hear the dialtone
and modem noise. I've never had this happen before.

Any suggestions on how to disconnect the modem sounds from the
speakers?

Thanks

Control panel...phone/modems options...click modem tab...highlight your
modem...properties...turn speaker volume off
 
F

Folk

I have a Compaq Deskpro EN PIV running XP Home and an HSP56
Micromodem. When connecting to the internet, I can hear the dialtone
and modem noise. I've never had this happen before.

Any suggestions on how to disconnect the modem sounds from the
speakers?

Damn. That brings back memories. ;-)
 
F

Folk

Control panel...phone/modems options...click modem tab...highlight your
modem...properties...turn speaker volume off

Or disconnect the speaker wire from the modem.
 
R

Reed

I have a Compaq Deskpro EN PIV running XP Home and an HSP56
Micromodem. When connecting to the internet, I can hear the dialtone
and modem noise. I've never had this happen before.

Any suggestions on how to disconnect the modem sounds from the
speakers?

Thanks

Probably more than you want to know, but read here anyway:

http://modemsite.com/56k/speaker.asp
 
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M

muzician21

Control panel...phone/modems options...click modem tab...highlight your
modem...properties...turn speaker volume off


Tried that already, doesn't do it. To clarify, I mean the sound is
coming out of the speakers I have hooked into the line out of the
Soundblaster Audigy, not the little speaker inside the case.
 

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