We had 3D install as our machines are under maintenance contract. I
would imagine that it is difficult and there are olny a few options. It
took me quite a while to configure the a motherboard swap for the SLA
(from a P100 to a P200) and I build my own computers all the time.
I would suggest buying an actual Hayes or high-end brand name claiming
100% compatibility with the Hayes instruction set. After that, you are
going to have difficulties finding a IRQ and a COM port free to run the
thing. That's where the 3D guy comes in. If you can get it to give you
a dial tone and not "hang" WinNT, you should be home free.
Sorry I've no other help to offer.
--- Regards, Dan Davis PROTON Rapid Prototyping & Manufacturing Center Hicom Industrial Estate, Batu Tiga, PO Box 7100 Shah Alam, 40918 Selangor MALAYSIA +60 3 515-2380 phone/fax http://www.protoncar.com/rapid/index.htm
> -----Original Message----- > From: Gabe Clark [SMTP:email@example.com] > Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 1999 10:55 PM > To: DANIEL@proton.com.my > Subject: Re: Pager > > Dan, > We would also like to use this pager option on our SLA. The > problem is > that we have tried many different modems and can not get any of them > to work. > I have been told by 3 D Systems that you are supposed to use a truely > Hayes > compatible modem, which hasen't really helped. Could you tell us > exactly what > modem you are using and the procedure you used to hook it up and test > it. It > would be GREATLY APPRECIATED. Thanks in advance! > > -- > Gabriel S. Clark PH. (801)328-8220 > Rapid Prototype Manager FAX (801)328-8619 > Solid Design & Analysis firstname.lastname@example.org > 165 Wright Brothers Drive www.sdaa.com > Salt Lake City, UT 84116
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