|Re: Classic Telephone Call on PC|
|Robert Bonomi (email@example.com)|
Sat, 02 Apr 2005 09:37:15 -0000
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, T. Sean Weintz|
> Gerhard Nowak wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> Since 3 months I try to get any proggy and tried out everything starting
>> Its just not possible! It's amazing, how all related programs guide
>> Please help, if there is anybody out there to do so. Maybe I got
>> If I use hyperterminal of windows -- and all other proggies are
>> What to do?
>> Thanks in advance,
> I've never seen a program that will do what you are trying to do.
It *does* exist.
> What would have to happen is the computers sound card would have to
As you say, special hardware is required. It's called a 'voice/data'
The 'bundled' software that came with such modems *did* provide the
I've got an old Toshiba "Tecra" laptop (Windows 95) that has a
I still like my antique "Complete Answering Machine" (from 'The
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