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Problems uploading cable modem

I have a packard bell computer, and it runs windows 95, I can not get it to switch from dial up to cable modem, what do I need to do

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Well first of all it would be a LAN (local area network problem) easiest way to do it is go start, control panel, and network. Make sure your LAN icon is showing that it is active. But make sure you have the cord plugged into the modem and the computer and the power cord is connected to the modem.

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