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23-Feb-2005, 09:42 PM #1
Cool VERY slow dial up connection(56k)
Hello and thanks for looking at my problem, I connect to the itnernet using my modem it is dial-up and use to run fine but now it hardly recives bytes and goes very slow and many time the website says cannot find server it worked fine about 5 days ago then the modem unistalled by itself and i couldnt reistall it because it kept restarting I connected to the internet on my other computer and it works just fine so im lost please help thanks!
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06-Mar-2005, 01:32 PM #2
Hi,

Sounds like you might have a port sharing problem.
Why not give the following a try:

1) Download the newest and latest drivers from the modem manufacturer’s website. (I know, you have a disk, but download the newest and best anyhow.

2) Enter Start, Control Panel, System, Hardware, Device Manager and DELETE any references to any modem.

3) Shut down and physically remove the modem and then put the modem back in PCI slot #3 (Third slot down from the AGP slot)

4) Boot up and enter the BIOS setup menu.

5) In the BIOS setup menu find the PnP area. If you are running WinXP, then DISABLE Pnp….however, if you are using Win98, then make sure it is ENABLED.

6) Save and Exit

7) Boot back up and when the computer finds your modem, then load the drivers that have been downloaded from the manufacturer’s website. It may tell you that the latest and best are already installed, but install them anyway. (for example, WinXP only has v.90 drivers and not the most recent v.92 that are needed for best operation) If it says they are not digitally signed, then load them anyway. This is a long story, but I can assure you it is a money issue and a rip off from Microsoft in my opinion.

This should get you going!
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