Fax not working



potatoskins
07-10-2005, 01:36 AM
When I try to add fax as a windows component in the control panel, I get a
prompt for windows xp professional service pack 2 CD-ROM or i386 folder.
Service Pack 2 is installed on my pc, I've done a search for the i386 folder
and found it in windows\driver cache but what do I do from there? I keep
having to abort the installation process.

Can anyone help??!!

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potatoskins

River_Rat
07-10-2005, 01:36 AM
You will need to put your XP SP2 cd in and click OK.

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River Rat




"potatoskins" <potatoskins@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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When I try to add fax as a windows component in the control panel, I get a
prompt for windows xp professional service pack 2 CD-ROM or i386 folder.
Service Pack 2 is installed on my pc, I've done a search for the i386 folder
and found it in windows\driver cache but what do I do from there? I keep
having to abort the installation process.

Can anyone help??!!

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potatoskins

potatoskins
07-10-2005, 01:36 AM
Sorry, forgot to add don't have a cd, XP already on PC when got it.
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potatoskins


"River_Rat" wrote:

> You will need to put your XP SP2 cd in and click OK.
>
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> Good Day
> River Rat
>
>
>
>
> "potatoskins" <potatoskins@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:46D5FD42-2D02-45A8-88A7-78DDF5B09BE4@microsoft.com...
> When I try to add fax as a windows component in the control panel, I get a
> prompt for windows xp professional service pack 2 CD-ROM or i386 folder.
> Service Pack 2 is installed on my pc, I've done a search for the i386 folder
> and found it in windows\driver cache but what do I do from there? I keep
> having to abort the installation process.
>
> Can anyone help??!!
>
> --
> potatoskins
>
>
>


Fax not working