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Quicken 2003 isn't recognizing my cable modem to access internet

It keeps attempting dialup - which I don't have now.

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Open Quicken and go to the menu bar, Click Edit, Click Preferences to open the drop down window and select, Internet Connection Setup and Web Connect. Options will show the different settings that can be customized.

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