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Hi, I'm using a Motorola SBG 1000i modem and it doesn't connect me to the Internet as the signal always shows RX. It has been the 2nd day and I still can't find any solution to it.

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Hi There,

What operating system are you using?...I would sugesst that you download new drivers for it.

Let me know what happens, I will do some research for you if you let me know what operating system your are using and the configuration you are currently runnig.

regards,

Philip

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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