Question about Dell Computers & Internet
Connect your modem to the phone line and test the modem.
Control Panel-->>Phones and Modems. Click icon. Tab Modem. Highlight your modem, and Click Properties--->>Diagnostics. Verify that everything is OK.
Then Start --->>All Programs -->>Accessories-->> Comunications ---Hyperterminal.
Enter a name for a bogus connection, Click OK
Enter your phone number and dial it. If Phone/Modem connection is OK, you shoul hear the busy signal.
Alternative:Run the Dell diagnostics.
If Modem connection is correct you must then create a dialup connection.
Hope it helps.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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