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Anonymous
October 10, 2004 8:09:02 PM

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every since I have had my emachine, I have had a window that pops up when I
am receving a call, that informs me who is calling and gives me 4 minutes
before it disconnects. For some reason, I do not have that window anymore
and when I get a phone call it knocks me off line and the phone then rings.
Can anyone help me? I want to get that feature back!!

Thank You

Sherri

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Anonymous
October 11, 2004 12:55:50 PM

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"=?Utf-8?B?c2hlcnJpMTk3Mw==?="
<sherri1973@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
news:2EFFE0C2-598F-41A8-86C2-7E2597D8BA5D@microsoft.com:

> every since I have had my emachine, I have had a window that pops
> up when I am receving a call, that informs me who is calling and
> gives me 4 minutes before it disconnects. For some reason, I do
> not have that window anymore and when I get a phone call it knocks
> me off line and the phone then rings. Can anyone help me? I want
> to get that feature back!!

This sounds like a job for Emachines tech support, I've not heard of
such a feature and it's not a part of Windows XP.
Anonymous
October 19, 2004 1:49:46 AM

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XS11E wrote:
> "=?Utf-8?B?c2hlcnJpMTk3Mw==?="
> <sherri1973@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> news:2EFFE0C2-598F-41A8-86C2-7E2597D8BA5D@microsoft.com:
>
>
>>every since I have had my emachine, I have had a window that pops
>>up when I am receving a call, that informs me who is calling and
>>gives me 4 minutes before it disconnects. For some reason, I do
>>not have that window anymore and when I get a phone call it knocks
>>me off line and the phone then rings. Can anyone help me? I want
>>to get that feature back!!
>
>
> This sounds like a job for Emachines tech support, I've not heard of
> such a feature and it's not a part of Windows XP.
>
What is described I think is the CallWave Service. Go here:
http://www.callwave.com/landing/CORP_Main.asp
Gene K
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