|Firstly, you must have Card Services
enabled if you are using DOS/Windows 3.1x.
For details, see Installation into DOS and DOS/Windows 3.1x.
following applications DO
you to input the special Option initialisation string,
When you install the Option Windows 95 driver, the special Option modem
initialisation string is automaically installed. You thus
do not have to install the special Option initialisation
string. There is nothing else to do - unless you want to
alter the default modem initialisation string.
Special Application-specific Option drivers
for use with Lotus
Notes, cc:Mobile, MS Mail, Carbon Copy for Windows,
Reachout and Windows for Workgroups v 3.11 are available
on the "PC Card Installtion Diskette".
These driver files incorporate the special Option
initialisation string & other parameters. You usually
simply copy them to the direcory of that application.
Once they copied/installed however , there is nothing
else to do - unless you want to alter the default modem
require you to input the special Option initialisation
programs used within Windows 3.1x or Windows 95:
If you are running Windows 3.1x communications
and/or fax programs that are NOT one of the
applications for which there are special
appication-specific drivers, and there is no Option driver
available, then we recommend the following generic
initialisation string be placed within the appropriate
section of your 16 bit communications/fax software.
initialisation string to be placed within the setup
section of your Windows 3.1-based communications and/or
fax software is:
IMPORTANT: Also set the modem to Hardware Flow
If you are using a Windows 3.1x communications package
[like Trumpet WinSock], place this initialisation string
in the appropriate modem SetUp section.
If you are using fax software in Windows 3.1x like the
WinFax Lite v4 that is bundled free with the Option
2-in-1 modem, go to Setup, then Fax/Modem,
and insert the above unique initialisation string in the
"Init string" area provided. IMPORTANT: Also
set the modem to a Class 1 Fax
(Hardware Flow Control) modem. For graphical details, on how
to set up WinFax Lite v4 within Windows 3.1x, see the specific