Question about Dynex (DX-M300) Modem
How do I list them? let me count the ways!! Well, it will simple disconnect, that is easy to fix. Sometimes it will simple stop and never responding till the computer is reboot. Other times it will disconnect and respond with an error message stating that a modem already has the resources. this one is nasty; if you remove the usb cable the cumpter will jump to the blue screen of death. On boot up it may or may not find the modem and I then must perform a xp restore function, other than that it works ok :)
Rich, Below is the link for the newset drivers for you modem. http://www.dynexproducts.com/t-drivers.aspx Make sure your machine is up to date with microsoft. Have you checked for viruses and spyware? Is the machine running hot? It is sounding flakey(like a bad unit). You should not have to do a system restore because of a modem unless it just really "hosed" your system and if that was the case,then that would be the last time I would use that modem. Let me know what happens Good Luck, Tim
Posted on Feb 15, 2007
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Reset the modem by removing the power cable from the back of the modem for a full 30 seconds and plugging it back in.
This is sometimes referred to as "power cycling" the modem, and is a good way of clearing network timeouts and other problems that can appear on modems that have been running continuously for some time.
Reset the modem by unplugging the power cord from the electrical outlet or surge protector into which it is plugged.
This is a good alternative to removing the power cord from the back of the modem if it is difficult to get to the modem because of its physical location. Count the full 30 seconds and plug the modem back in to complete the reset.
Reset the modem by pressing the reset button the back of the modem.
The button itself is recessed into a hole to prevent accidental resetting, so you will need a pen or some similar thin utensil that can fit inside the hole.
Press the pen into the hole until you feel the button depress and then let go.
This is sometimes called a "hard reset" or "hard reboot," as this will restore the modem to its factory default settings
Hope this helps
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