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I'm having problems getting at&t

I'm having problems getting at&t dsl recognized on my computer,I have already sign up for the AT&T DSL LITE HIGH SPEED.I keep getting yahoo,msn for a homepage,or AT&T powered by yahoo.I'm getting my AT&T email account.

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  • Greg Wilkins
    Greg Wilkins May 11, 2010

    Did they send you a disk and DSL box for your computer?

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I am not sure I understand the problem but lert me give it a shot. If you ae gettign you email or connecting to the internet through the high speed port from the router and not the regular phone line  then your conmputer is being reconized. You may reset you home page as ATT software changes it, when being installed. If I misunderstood you , I am sorry. 

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