Re: Wanted: Warp 4.52 CP/Passport Advantage or ECS equivalent.
- From: "Doug Bissett" <doug.bissett!SPAM@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2006 19:04:00 GMT
On Tue, 18 Apr 2006 21:49:46 UTC, royo@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Mon, 17 Apr 2006 07:53:47 UTC,
In <qEslgqnQYYlT-pn2-Ju6wil4r3eVR@localhost>, on 04/16/2006
at 03:30 PM, royo@xxxxxxxxxx said:
Need licensed copy of ~2004 or newer Warp 4.52
OS/2 can be either the IBM product or the Serenity
Systems version "eCS". I've held my breath waiting
for one to appear on eBay for too long!!
Need it NOW to get my Thinkpad T23 to go online
which appears to be impossible using the old Warp
Lets try solve your problem; What is [it] that you think you need in Warp
"Whatever it takes" "to get my TP23 to go online"
!! (Always wanted to use
sequential quotes). Was that not clear enough?
Whatever I've done so far
has not recognized the pcmcia modem or my old
How about helping us out? What, exactly, are you trying to make work?
We aren't mind readers, you know...
It would also help, to quote the appropriate lines from CONFIG.SYS,
and describe the steps that you have already tried to get them to
work. Your "old external" should work, IF it is not a winmodem.
PCMCIA, likely, needs some setup, if you haven't done that yet, but it
too should work, IF it is not a winmodem.
Tell us what you are trying to do, and what, exactly, you are trying
to do it with, and somebody should be able to suggest something to
make it work. From what you have said, I would doubt if simply
installing a later version of warp, or eCS, or anything you can get
from Passport Advantage, or eCS, will fix your problem. Modem support
hasn't changed much, if at all, since Warp 4.50 became available. You,
likely, have a setup problem.
It may also help, if you get:
run PCI.EXE, saving the output, and quote what that has to say about
your COM port (it may not mention that), and the PCMCIA (PCCARD)
components. Throw in the internal modem data, since there is a chance
that that will work with the Lucent driver (depends on which modem
they put into that particular machine).
You should also review the information at:
Also, make sure that your COM port is enabled, in the BIOS setup.
Hope this helps...
From the eComStation 1.2 of Doug Bissettdoug dot bissett at attglobal dot net
(Please make the obvious changes, to e-mail me)
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