[SOLVED] Windows XP Missing Fax Files
If I double click, the> > item opens for viewing. Make sure your DSL ISP gives you a phone jack splitter for plugging in the fax modem's phone cable. Comment from Andy Rathbone Time March 10, 2013 at 9:00 am Mike P.: When the program looks for fxsapi.dll, tell it to look here: C:\I386\FXSAPI.DL_ It should find the program, decompress Does 14 soundaccurate> to> > you?> >> > For starters, I'd suggest checking whether the setting for archivingyour> > sent Faxes refers to the correct folder, then opening that folder in> http://webadapt.org/windows-xp/solved-xp-files.php
Regards. Can I get them back? I directed Windows Add/ Remove Programs via Control Panel away from the E:/ prompt to C:/Windows/ServicePackFiles/i386 C:/Windows/System32 C:/Windows/DriverCache/i386 Nothing works. Remedy this by manually browsing/instructing the wizard to the I386 folder. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-windows-xp-missing-fax-files.191332/page-2
Copy The I386 Source Folder To Your Hd And Change The Source Path
Cable and DSL users probably can't send faxes unless their PC came with a built-in dial-up modem. The poster wrote that he had himself downloaded the files from the internet, but had forgotten where, however, the total should be only about 500 kb, so could be sent as What next? Once he removed those, the fax began working again.
Then I reinstalled the fax program, but it looked for the file "fxscfgwz.dll", which I found in C:\i386 folder. At other times, the faxes go through OK. Comment from John Time October 27, 2010 at 5:54 am I have XP PRO, have fax services check box, runs to insert CD (no cd) ran windows i386, but can't tell This is bizarre, because I was able to install the fax program in the past.
Comment from Andy Rathbone Time February 3, 2010 at 7:14 pm Arthur, I'm not sure why you'd experience distortion in some of the faxes you send. Windows Xp Fax Software http://www.adminlife.com/247reference/msgs/20/103543.aspx, refers to a webpage called "Missing File: 'fxscfgwz.dll'." http://www.tech-archive.net/Archive/WinXP/microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax/2004-03/0761.html has a webpage called "Re: Missing File: 'fxscfgwz.dll'." These webpages give instructions on overcoming this obstacle. Or does anyone know where I can get a copy of MightyFAX, I'm willing to buy the program. http://www.geek.com/forums/topic/windows-xp-missing-fax-files/ got fxsclnt.exe here...
I have sent and received faxes using a MagicJack plugged into the back of the PC. This forum has been preserved for reference and is not active. Either borrow an XP install disk or use some free Fax program. If so, what changed before they stopped displaying?
Windows Xp Fax Software
Does 14 sound accurateto> you?>> For starters, I'd suggest checking whether the setting for archiving your> sent Faxes refers to the correct folder, then opening that folder inWindows> Explorer to see http://www.andyrathbone.com/2009/09/10/using-windows-xps-hidden-fax-program/ Troubleshooting Tony says the fax program stopped working. Copy The I386 Source Folder To Your Hd And Change The Source Path I've searched the KB and nothing seems to help. Windows Xp Calculator Download These are compressed DLL files and will need to be decompressed.
I've gone through the address book and console settings and cannot find my error. http://webadapt.org/windows-xp/solved-windows-xp-on-a-serial-ata-drive.php The content you requested has been removed. Comment from Bob Shirk Time January 14, 2011 at 4:19 pm Andy, I've set up my WindowsXP FAX service for send only. It's almost like whitetext> on a white background..... :-s>> Inbox and Out box are fine, it's only the sent folder.>> I've tried removing Fax via add/remove programmes twice now to no
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Then, try to send a fax, and see if the program asks for a fax number. * If that doesn't work, start from scratch: Try using the Control Panel to uninstall No joy.> >> > I feel sure the problem is down to an errant registry key, if only Iknew> > where to look!> >> >> >> > Steve> >> >>> Related Show Ignored Content Page 2 of 3 < Prev 1 2 3 Next > As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!
I did a> > global search but to no avail.
Comment from Andy Rathbone Time November 23, 2009 at 11:26 am Tom: Choosing "Answer Manually" means you must always be sitting at your PC to receive incoming faxes. How manyitems would you expect there to be in that Folder? Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. LSebastan35, Dec 31, 2003 #25 zephyr Joined: Nov 5, 2003 Messages: 2,324 Try c:\I386, that's where mine live.
Happy New Year!!! Comment from Andy Rathbone Time July 14, 2010 at 11:31 pm Ben, Windows XP's fax program, like all fax programs, will send and receive faxes for free. Comment from Joe Time June 24, 2010 at 6:22 am When I was configuring the fax in windows XP it was asking for a fax number. http://webadapt.org/windows-xp/solved-help-diagapp-in-windows-xp.php LSebastan35, Dec 31, 2003 #30 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies.
And, no, Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) won't work for sending faxes reliably. Click Add/Remove Windows Components to start the Windows Components Wizard. 3. Comment from Doron Time March 12, 2014 at 2:36 am Got my new laptop with Windows 8.1, missing the fax program on XP. After reinstalling it and restarting his PC, the program began working again.
For more information on using Fax, click Help in Fax Console. " this came from the help services 8 10/2/2008 (10:34 am) by Nicholas Bergstrom-Allen Nicholas Bergstrom-A... (1 Posts) Found Get this.... Then, I have multiple logon profiles, and find that the fax function only works on the userid that installed it. Hidden Fax program loaded quickly, without problems.
When the installation routine is unable to find the necessary installation files (even when directed to the appropriate i386 folder) it usually means that the installation files are compressed. How many> > items would you expect there to be in that Folder? Do they all appear as TIF files and can you open and view them> there? Hence isolating it down to just one file.> >> > Closing and re-starting Fax Console after each change is necessary to.> > Presumably that list is built at start up, so