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I have lenovo n2000 laptop when i want to connect internet it is showing that modem device missing

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You are missing the driver insert the driver disk and it shoud install it if not go to device manager and under network adapters. see if your NIC is there click on it and up date drivers let or direct it to the driver disk

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ZTE modem is detected but intermittent?

This to me falls to a hardware problem, and not a software problem, HOWEVER, let's discuss the driver issue anyway, and first.

Where are you installing the driver from? Device Manager? Pggh!

Windoze lost the address to the driver file anyway. I find Device Manager a waste of time. A hit and miss proposition at it's best.

Download from Lenovo Support AND install. Have a lot of people on here that seem to think you just download the file, and that's it.
You have to INSTALL it also.

Now to the hardware part;

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/guides-and-manuals/default.page?

Under the red banner with - Guides and Manuals - in it, click on the black - Hardware maintenance manuals - heading.

Click on the blue -> { + } Click for files

Now click on the blue -> Hardware Maintenance Manual

This is a PDF file. The computer you are using now has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.
After you click on the file name it may take up to 30 seconds, before the first page comes up.

The plus + icon at the top of the PDF viewer is for Increasing the view size.
Click on the minus - icon to Decrease view size.

Go to the Bookmarks menu to the left, and click on the + sign to the left of -
Removing and replacing a FRU
(Field Replaceable Unit)

Scroll down using the blue Down Arrow.

There are two mini-WiFi modules in your laptop.
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Both of these modules have two antenna cables, that connect to them. The terminals on the modules, and the connectors on the cables, could have corrosion on them. Suggest clean. Make sure the connections on the modules are tight. (DO NOT overtighten!)

Could also be that one of the modules is going bad.

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First you need to isolate the problem. That is, determine if the laptop or your modem is the one that has the problem. If you can connect to the internet using your laptop in someone elses home network or free wifi outside your home, then the problem is your modem. BTW, modems don't have the capability to connect wireless devices to the internet. You need a wireless router. If what you have is a router, you're on the right track.
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