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More then likely running System Tuneup replaced critical files that Comcast Constant Guard and Quattro Pro uses... I recommend doing the following three steps but only if you have the Original or backup copies of the installation disc/media for both applications: 1) uninstalling the Comcast Constant Guard application 2) then do a normal shutdown and reboot once it has rebooted 3) install the Comcast Constant Guard once that's done and successfully do the same three steps but for the Quattro Pro application
Under WAN settings: Enable Dynamic and Hostname : http://www.comcastbroadband.co.in (If above settings not works clone computer MAC address and assing to WAN port) You have to wait for 3min to max.then it will works. Step 2: By default DHCP enabled and IP will assigned to your computer and all connected devices. Step:3 First time you have to login with comcast website it may computer or laptop or any other device Simply copy the WAN configurations from your laptop to your netbook WAN settings
Adobe Reader has nothing to do with it. Most likely ur inbound POP3 setting is wrong. You will need to get with your ISP to find out if your firewall may be blocking the listening port and to walk u through the inbound outbound settings for your email account. For comcast users your mail settings would look like this in Outlook:
set as a POP3 or "post office protocal version 3"
Most likely your outgoing mail protocal is not set correctly. Your outgoing mail say if you had comcast and were using outlook would be like this:
your outgoing would look like this:
comcast uses POP3 or "post office protocal version 3"
Not ISP's use POP3 but alot do. Check your settings or call your ISP "internet service provider" to be sure they should be able to resolve your issues. If you are a comcast user and are using outlook this should solve your issue.
Are you running the setup disc provided by comcast to get your email setup?
If you are , you do not really need that disc as it provides useless and often outdated junk on the disc. You should be able to surf the internet by plugging in your Ethernet Cord into the laptop with no problem.
On the issue of the Comcast user name and password, this was originally used at the original configuration of the modem when it is wallgardened.
You can always call Comcast and have then activate the modem for you. You'll need the Mac address at the bottom of your modem to activate it over the phone.
Online Activation usually requires your customer account number. But since it looks like you do not have this data, you will need to call them directly.
Did you by any chance give you router the mac address on the wireless card? Do you have the comcast version of a netgear wireless router? Any wireless router will do also. Does not have to be netgear or from comcast. You can get online by the network cable right?. Where else are you trying to connect to wirelessly?