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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What model do you have. Perhaps whomever you purchased it from left the modem card out of it not knowing you would need it. There are 56k modem cards avail. that stick out of the PCMCIA slot. It is always an option. You can get them for like $5 on ebay.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
Could it be your security settings?
Open your computer's Security Centre, or in Control Panel select Windows Security Centre. You should see if your Firewall is on or not.
To bypass firewall with the programs you want, go to the log in screen, or main address of the site, copy the address (select full address and press Ctrl + C)
Now From Tools menu, Select Internet Options.
Select Security tab.
click on Trusted Sites, then Sites
Now paste the address of the site you copied into the "add a website to the zone" section.
and click "Add" to make it appear in the window below.
Now you should have access to all pages within this site.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: no outgoing email
It appears that you are accessing your charter account thru a different Internet Service Provider. Generally, most ISPs will allow downloads of email from 3rd party ISPs but will not permit uploads (sending email) as this is how many spammers origially sent emails without being traced and would overload email servers.
You best option is to send you email from florida using the charter webmail application at www.charter.net (Click the Email button and sing in to your account) From webmail (Which accesses Charter's Email server) you can send and receive from anywhere.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
Hvae you tried setting tie network manually in Ubuntu?
Network Manager is used in many sections of this guide - you can find it:
You will require a subscription with an Internet Service Provider, and an installed, functional Internet connection. Most modems have a light which will be lit if it is currently connected to the Internet. You will also need your username and password for the Internet account.
Setting up PPPoE To set up the modem:
sudo pon dsl-provider Stopping the connection To stop your ADSL connection, in a terminal (Applications → Accessories → Terminal) type:
sudo poff dsl-provider Hope this helps.If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Posted on May 02, 2009
SOURCE: can't connect to internet
When connect the cord between your notebook and the router make sure that both notebook network light and router lan light are turn on.
If there is no light activity then consider to change the cable. If the problem persists check the network adapter or your notebook (yes, the same can stop working as usual...).
If the lights are turn on, then open a CMD window (run: cmd) and type ipconfig /all.
Check if the IP address of your notebook is in the same network as your router is. Ping your router's IP address and check if there's connectivity between your notebook and router. After checking so, ping an internet address.
If none of the above worked, please come again and give me further details and I will try to help you.
btw: You need to use a cross over cable to connect the notebook with your router. If possible, connect the cable to another computer in order to rule out cable problems.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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