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stevejlee May-20-02 03:28 PM
Does anyone know how I can make the Dial Up Networking icon, in the system tray, display the actual connection speed? ( The picture of the two little joined together monitors )
Mine used to do this, but since a system rebuild all it does is display the "maximum speed" as in the modem properties ( in my case, set at 115200 bps ) when the pointer is floated over it.
I am running Win98 SE, but also have access to a WinXP machine that does the same.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
1. RE: Dial Up Networking Speed Indication
lbyard May-20-02 05:30 PM
In response to message 0
I have seen this problem before (http://duxcw.com/digest/Reviews/Modems/fm56-h.htm). The solution was to download a revised driver for the MODEM. Larry
2. RE: Dial Up Networking Speed Indication
stevejlee May-21-02 02:35 PM
In response to message 1
Thanks for the tip, Larry.
I will give it a try at the weekend.
My main one is OK - I know just what that is. The WinXP one could be more of a problem - I am not sure exactly what that is.
I will have to do a bit more detective work!
3. RE: Dial Up Networking Speed Indication
stevejlee May-28-02 12:31 PM
In response to message 2
Well, I located and installed teh latest driver that I could find for my modem at the weekend - and the minor annoyance is still there, I am afraid.
I know that it is no big deal, but it would be nice to get the connection speed correctly reported.
Have you ( or anyone else out there in DUXworld ) got any further suggestions?
It is double frustrating as, before a reformat and software rebuild, it was working fine. I don't recall having to do anything special first time around.
4. RE: Dial Up Networking Speed Indication
lbyard May-28-02 08:59 PM
In response to message 3
Then it might be an older driver, or you had the Windows standard MODEM installed. It annoyed me also. Larry
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