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Old 12-06-2005, 03:41 PM   #1
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what is digital line detect and why it s used?????????

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The dlg.exe process runs in the background and attempts to detect whether your modem has been connected to a digital line (internal PABX line) or an analogues line (normal home phone). If it detemines that your modem is plugged into a digital line it will display a warning (as your modem will not work on a digital line). If your modem is connected and working you should disable this service.
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