I move and sign up for att yahoo and tech set up system. I no longer had to use my linksys. Here the problem. I move again and now I want to install my old linksys again. Lost direction and unable to asset it. I try hooking everything back up but unable to solve.
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Re: re-installing my linksys
Before you can use your linksys router again, you must configure first your AT&T modem under bridge mode. If the AT&T modem is already set to you may connect the devices (modem router and PC) must be switched OFF first.
after the devices had been connected,...
1) turn ON the AT&T modem first, wait for the DSL light to stay solid
2) turn ON linksys router,wait for the lights to stay solid
3) turn ON computer,wait for your desktop screen
4) try to access Internet Explorer
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This may work for you: Along the top of Yahoo email, you will see buttons Delete, Reply, etc. There is a button in the row with 3 rectangles and a drop down arrow. click on the button and change the setting to "Page by Page (classic". After Yahoo email resets, go in and select the button again to get the style you want.
Another approach may be to sign out of yahoo email, restart the web browser and see if the problem is resolved.
Under the email field you will see an example email address such as: (e.g., email@example.com). If you see the att.net domain then you are in the right sign in screen.
Also, if your browser is set to remember passwords in its cache, then you might not get into this screen if you are logged into your firstname.lastname@example.org account. It will continue signing you in to yahoo.com by default. You will have to select logout on your yahoo.com account and then close and relaunch your browser and then enter att.net.
Here's what you need to do in case you encountered Yahoo messenger error 81003002:
Double check your Yahoo ID and password. If at several times of sign
in attempts but you still get the same error, restart you PC and if you
are connected to a modem or router, do the same.
If you are sure that no virus has actually penetrated the system, there is no need to run a system scan.
While some blogs advice reinstallation of the software (of the same
verision, i.e. v9) and some may even advice removal of v.9
and installation on an older Yahoo messenger version like Yahoo
Messenger 8, do not waste your time as I have already done that.
The older version of the IM software no longer works.
Hi there first launch yahoo and at the top of the screen look for tools then right click and go to properties thasn on the web page it is showing delet this and type in att.net and save and close than restart internet explorer and you should now be at the att home page
ATT.net creates a new Yahoo account for you when you sign up for their service. You now have a Yahoo account that can be accessed with the ladyg.....@att.net as the user and whatever your ATT pass is.
It is possible to merge the new account with the old account:
The article states that you can only merge only during the registration process, but I believe this to be false.
I no longer have ATT, but there was an option to merge a Yahoo account while managing your ATT information (I belive this is accessible from your ATT home page). ATT should be able to assist you with that regardless of whether you merged during the registration process or not.
I have att yahoo dsl which I installed about a year ago. The process required bridging the ADSL Modem (in my case a speedstream 4100) and accepting dynamic IP addresses and configuring PPPoE on the WAN side of my Linksys router. The ATT support person walked me through the entire process over the phone even though I was comfortable with making the Linksys configuration changes as I had to do the same in China without technical support. The modem configuration was no more difficult than the router configuration as it was performed from a web browser too. The biggest warning was that to reverse the modem change (if desired) required use of a reset button because the web interface was disabled as a result of the configuration change. My advice to you especially if you are willing to attach the Linksys router to the telco modem is to contact the ATT highspeed DSL support line and see if they will walk you through it like they walked me through it. Reviewing your Linksys User's Guide and understanding the configuration of that device would probably be appreciated by the ATT Support person as well as assuring you can access the Linksys router to configure it during the call.