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Cassiopeia E-200 with PCMCIA Combo (LAN+Modem)

 
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e200_user
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2007 4:28 am    Post subject: Cassiopeia E-200 with PCMCIA Combo (LAN+Modem) Reply with quote

Hi. I have a Cassiopeia E-200 with PCMCIA jacket. I tried it with several devices (wireless pcmcia cards, cf-to-pcmcia adapters). It works OK.

Now I'm trying a pcmcia combo card (unknown brand), with LAN (RJ45, 10Mbps) and modem (RJ11, 56Kbps) capabilities. This is the device ID shown in PHM Device Manager program:

PCMCIA_10+56Combo-LM5LT-10N-

LAN is working fine (I had to enter NE2000 as the driver name when asked), but I have no success with the modem. It seems it is not detected.

I had explored the registry with PHM Registry Editor program and found this key (one of the supported devices by default, I suppose):

HKLM\Drivers\PCMCIA\Xircom-CreditCard_Ethernet+Modem_33.6-05DD

with a MULTI subkey. I think it means combo cards are supported.

So the question is:

How to tell Pocket PC that my card is also a combo card, and then make use of the modem? Will it work if I copy/adapt this MULTI subkey structure to the entry associated with PCMCIA_10+56Combo-LM5LT-10N-?

Thanks and regards.

And Happy New Year!
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2008 12:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi,
If you want to use the modem you would need drivers from the 3rd party that created the card. The drivers would have to support Windows Mobile as well.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2008 9:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ChrisDeHerrera wrote:
Hi,
If you want to use the modem you would need drivers from the 3rd party that created the card. The drivers would have to support Windows Mobile as well.


I see. However, I wonder if it should be possible to try the built-in generic hayes modem driver (is that what is called "serial.dll" or "unimodem.dll" in the registry?). Just like specifying the NE2000 driver for the LAN part of the combo card, which works fine. What I don't know is if the registry hack would be enough for the modem part.

Thanks for your answer.
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