Please note - The instructions below are intended for advanced users only, some of the commands below if followed incorrectly, may cause your computer to cease to operate. Although every effort has been made to ensure this information below is correct, IDL cannot take any responsibility for any damage caused to your computer by following these instructions.
Applies to Microsoft Windows NT
Please note - Our Screen Shots display the Modem type as a "Standard Modem", the one displayed on your computer may be different, this is normal. We have used a Generic Modem type for these tutorials.
Init Strings are very handy, you can use them to reset your modem or if you have trouble maintaining a connection, setting it to only run at a certain speed. Some modems have unique init strings but most can use the Hays Command set which can be located here
Please Note - these may not work will all modems, they may even cause your modem to stop responding, which may require a "cold boot"
Once you have located the init string you wish to use, you need to place it into the computers settings and this can be done by completing the following steps:-