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How do i connect d-link to new computer

I currently use the secondary flash drive. my computer no longer functions well and I would like to hook up current flash drive to another computer.

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Connect the modem directly to the Computer first and try n go online.If everything works fine then this is the no. for the
D-Link Tech Support 1-877-453-5465
It's a toll free number call them and they will guide you step by step in a proper way.
If you are not able to go online with the modem directly connected to the PC then call the hughesnet customer care 866-347-3292.
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