RAS 650 Solutions
650 - The computer you have
dialed does not respond to a network request
--- Set data bits to 7 instead of 8
--- Set parity to even instead of none
Error 650: The Remote Access Server is not responding
Error 650 during installation
or "Error occurred in the windows remote access software" with Windows
1. Plug Modem directly into wall jack. Do NOT Plug
into caller id box, answering machine, or other phone device.
2. Try a different phone jack in the house. If you
have two phone lines, try the second phone line.
Do a USR LINE TEST. In Hyper terminal,
Graphics = Yes
First Name = LINE
Last Name = TEST
Noise Test Instructions are Here
56k technology is not possible on this connection or
is highly impaired. Since line conditions can change from call to call,
recommend to make several calls to test system to have accurate diagnosis. If you have multiple phone lines, try calling from each line. 56K failures
are caused by analog to digital conversions in local phone lines.
Is your modem 56K?
Disable 56K with one of the strings
to Edit Init String
(X2 Based Modems)
V90 but X2 enabled)
(LT Win Modems)
(For Rockwell HCF chips)
to Disable 56K
Windows 95 Only- Microsoft Dial
Up Networking Patch has been installed (Look at Add/Remove Programs) msdun11.exe,
msdun12.exe or msdun13.exe
Check TCP/IP settings and DUN connectoid
properties and verify if that all is correct.
This issue can also occur if the Telephon.ini
file is missing or damaged.
To resolve this issue, follow these steps:
1.Click Start, point to Find, and then click Files Or
2.In the Named box, type "telephon.ini" (without
quotation marks), and then click find now.
3.If you do not find the Telephon.ini file, skip to step
4. If you do find the Telephon.ini file, right-click it, click Rename,
type "telephon.old" (without quotation marks), and then press ENTER.
4.Quit the Find tool, click Start, click Run, type "tapiini.exe"
(without quotation marks), and then press ENTER.
5.Restart your computer.
Try adding 4 commas to the end
of the number. This works sometimes because when connecting to an 56k pop
their will usually be a beep noise that affects the modem, the 4 commas
puts the modem in a pause state and will ignore the beep. Note:
This solution may help, but will get connected at a very slow speed.
Download the newest drivers from
Refer to Microsoft Support Online
SUPRA MODEM users:
Solution: Check ATI3 Responses.
If software revision is below V220.127.116.11,
customer can obtain newest drivers
(The newest modem driver is 95_2260_136.exe
for Supra Modems)