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I had the same problem I have a ZTE USB modem & when I connect it with mac it never show up...so I googled ZTE for Mac & I found a driver update & update for connection manager . After installing them the modem work as charm
Check weather any other device can detect wifi signal of your modem router. If it cannot detect the signal then it may be the complaint of your modem roter wifi. If the other device can detect wifi of your modem router then back up the data of your phone and reset it. It will work fine. Thank you
Well theres one of two problems here, the device is either not working properly or your usb port/card may be shot... Either or try using other usb ports and if this issue continues then try it on another computer...
Yes you need to install the ethernet driver . You can download it here. You can either enter your service tag number which can be found on the back of your CPU or you can manually select the model. Once done, it will display all the available drivers for your device. Make sure you choose the right Operating System and download/save the ethernet driver you need. Install it ands reboot the computer. Once the right driver has been installed, your computer should be able to detect your modem again.
Hope this helps.
ok, a modem on COM8 ? Normally modems are on COM1, COM3. You need to fix that problem first. Most softwares are not setup to scan that high for the modem. (ps: COM2, COM4 are usually for other devices - in the old days, mice were on COM2). Follow instructions:
Click over to MODEMS
Click on Proper MODEM
ADVANCED MODEM SETTINGS
Change COM8 port to COM3
click OK, probably going to have to restart computer.
Let's see if this actually solves the issue. if it did not and you need more help, contact me through this site and we will proceed forward.
This IS the solution:
Set it to use 802.11b _ONLY_
Do this in Windows: Start->Settings->Control Panel->System->Hardware->Device Manager->Network adapters->Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection->Advanced->Wireless Mode = 802.11b only
Driver version: 9.04.36 (04.04.2007)
PROset/Wireless Software: not installed
OS: Windows XP