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Is possible to get Virtual Box to detect my COM3 internal modem?


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High_Tech_Redneck

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I have a Dell Inspiron E1505 laptop with an internal dialup modem connected to the COM3 port on my computer. Virtual Box (guest OS Windows 7 RC) will not detect that modem. Is there any way to share the COM3 port or the modem itself on my network? I have high speed internet, so I do not need the modem for internet. Is there any way to get VBOX to detect that modem/port?

Windows 7 RC is the Ultimate version, so it has a Fax feature, however I have no dial-up modem which I can use, except my internal modem. Would you happen to have an old USB 56K modem you don't need? (LOL-just kidding, but then hey--if you do...)

Thank you for any help you may be able to provide. Aloha.

Sincerely,

Columbo45 :)
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Howzit! Not sure I'm understanding why you need Win7 to be able to use your internal modem. Is there a reason behind this? You know that XP can fax also, correct?
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