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How do I reseat the modem on a Dell B130 Laptop

The computer would not startup. Got the message that Windows had an issue with startup. I hit the F12 button during boot, and I reloaded Windows (XP Home eddition SP2) from a CD that I got when I bought the computer. It now starts up, but when use the Drivers and Utilities disk I get the mesage that the Modem Helper can't communicate with the modem. It gives the error Result Code 62 - Modem Reseat Necessary.

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Unless you're using the modem I would suggest trying to just turn it off in the bios. Let me know if that works, otherwise I'll suggest something else.

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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