Modem : communication cable between two

K

kosamui

Hi,
Under Vista, we installed a modem (communication cable between two PCs) in
order to use a PPP communication on a serial port (speed 115,2KBds). It is ok
under XP but with Vista, the speed of the modem is 19200 bauds and the combo
box is grayed; how can xe change this speed ?

Thank you
--
merci
 

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Jack \(MS, MVP-Networking\)

Hi
Check the setting of the serial port in the computer's BIOS.
BIOS can usually accessed during Boot.
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking).

"kosamui" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Hi,
> Under Vista, we installed a modem (communication cable between two PCs) in
> order to use a PPP communication on a serial port (speed 115,2KBds). It is
> ok
> under XP but with Vista, the speed of the modem is 19200 bauds and the
> combo
> box is grayed; how can xe change this speed ?
>
> Thank you
> --
> merci
 

My Computer

K

kosamui

Thank you for your answer; I didn't yet verified since the PC is in use; I
tried on a windows 7 platform where the serial port is oK in he BIOS's
computer ; on the configuration of the connection, I saw the hard flow
control is enabled, I needed to disable it, I did it but each time I control
it again, it is enabled again; and so the connection failed with error 777.

regards.
--
merci


"Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)" wrote:

> Hi
> Check the setting of the serial port in the computer's BIOS.
> BIOS can usually accessed during Boot.
> Jack (MS, MVP-Networking).
>
> "kosamui" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]

> > Hi,
> > Under Vista, we installed a modem (communication cable between two PCs) in
> > order to use a PPP communication on a serial port (speed 115,2KBds). It is
> > ok
> > under XP but with Vista, the speed of the modem is 19200 bauds and the
> > combo
> > box is grayed; how can xe change this speed ?
> >
> > Thank you
> > --
> > merci
>
> .
>
 

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