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Belkin modem I'm Trying to change my bt105 modem.It has a blue cable that connects directly to a usb. The new modem has a ethernet cable. I installed everything as per instruction and it didn't work. The normally green arrows that indicate being on line were both red. And as I went through the start up disk program it said it didn't find a modem. Help!

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Your modem is not the same...... the red/green arrows does not apply as it is for the other device

you need to log into you modem (the quick setup guide will tell you how to do this)

the status page will tell you if you are connected on adsl (there is also a link light on the modem itself which goes solid on (not flashing) when connected properly

if on the status page it is not reading as connected you need to check your logon info and check the logs to see why it is not connecting..

if it reports that it is connected, then there are a few system properties that you need to check.

open Internet properties (right click on intenet explorer, choose internet options) in the connection menu, choose "Never dial a connection" press Apply, then press "LAN settings" button and tick box "Automatically detect settings"

close Internet explorer then open internet explorer, it should spend a few seconds checking your settings then it should get out to the internet..

job done...

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