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A fesh restart is in order the if these crash reinstall windows if that dont shore it up we need to troubleshoot more clikc on ask expert a question or chat with a expert we will be here to run you through this issue and get you up and running in no time.. Thanks
if you have wi-fi built in the computer there should be an on/off switch either on the front or the side of the computer. if it's on then it will be lite up blue i think. i had the same problem wil mine that has to be turned off. also i think there is two input jacks for the phone line make sure you have it in the right one.
The user manual or user guide of the 660R-D1 is available on the zyxel.com site, if you go into the following path: Support and downloads --> download library ---> up at the right hand side top you see a drop down menu with list of products, choose 660R Compact series. This brings you to the download page and you can choose out Model :
P-660R-D1 Version :
3.40 Language :
English OS :
N/A Release Date :
07-14-2006 Size :
Citating the part from the manual that I think is important (see down at the bottom of this post the speeds, and the note that it may be influenced by your ISP standard. Ask your ISP what they use.):
The ZyXEL Device is an ADSL2+ gateway that allows super-fast internet access over analog (POTS) or digital (ISDN) telephone lines (depending on your model). In the ZyXEL Device product name, "R" denotes an integrated router and "D" denotes a chip set standard. Your ZyXEL Device product name ends with a number. Models ending in "1", for example P660R-D1, a denote a device that works over the analog telephone system, POTS (plain old telephone service). Models ending in "3" denote a device that works over ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network). Models ending in "7" denote a device that works over T-ISDN (UR-2)
The DSL RJ-11 (ADSL over POTS models) or RJ-45 (ADSL over ISDN models) connects to your ADSL-enabled telephone line. The ZyXEL Device is compatible with the ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ standards. Maximum data rates attainable for each standard are shown in the next table:
Note: if your ZyXEL Device does not support Annex M, the max ADSL2/2+ upstream data rate is 1,2Mbps. ZyXEL Devices which work over ISDN do not support Annex M. The standard your ISP supports determines the maximum upstream and downstream speeds attainable. Actual speeds attained also depend on the distance from your ISP, line quality etc.
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Try clearing your browser history & cache. When these get to full it causes the problem you describe. You can access these features from the tools icon on your browser>internet options. Hope this helps.
If you are able to send and recieve emails then your dial-up modem is working. For some reason your "Earthlink Browser" is looking for a high speed connection,(like DSL or Road Runner cable). Easiest step to take would be to re-install your Earthlink dial-up software program, but remove existing program under "Control Panel" (Add or Remove Programs).
Try this, boot into safe mode with networking(press f8 during the post screen when you turn your computer on and chose safe mode with networking). Once you have logged into your account, in internet explorer go to www.ewido.com and run the online scanner(link is in the top right corner). If you still can't use your web browser in safe mode, download a couple anti malware programs on another computer and burn them to a cd or flash drive. Install them on your computer in "normal" mode and make sure they're updated. Then boot back into safe mode and run the programs individually. A couple good free anti malware programs are Spybot Search and Destroy, Lavasoft Adaware, and Superantiyspyware.
What is your question? Is this a Cable or DSL or another Internet provider E-mail account. If it is from a provider: IE: cox.net, earthlink.net, or comcast then you need to contact your provider. If this is from MSN, GMAIL, or YAHOO type account then you need to contact them somehow.