Pros: Distinctive ring feature works great, no problems with installation or use. Overall Review: Simple no-frills modem that does what its supposed to, which for me is simply to receive and send faxes. Pros: connects at Works with Win XP, don't know what the previous user is talking about. But the CARP service doesn't work at all. Cons: Constantly pauses during downloads or loading pages.
This topic describes best practices about implementing the remote wakeup capability in a client driver. USB devices that can respond to external wake signals while suspended are said to have a remote wakeup capability. Examples of devices that have a remote wakeup capability are mice, keyboards, USB hubs, modems wake on ring , NICs, wake on cable insertion. All of these devices are capable of producing remote wake signaling.
This area of the BIOS seems to be the most misunderstood. When these settings are not properly configured, the result can be systems that do not shut down correctly, or that enter or awaken from the Standby or Hibernate modes improperly. Since Windows has built-in power management, you'll want to disable all power management in the BIOS.
States S1, S2, S3, and S4 are the sleeping states. A system in one of these states is not performing any computational tasks and appears to be off. Unlike a system in the shutdown state S5 , however, a sleeping system retains memory state, either in RAM or on disk, as specified for each power state below in System hardware context sections. The operating system need not be rebooted to return the computer to the working state.