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Modems is there abetter modem for my pc on dial-up other than 56k modem?

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Is the siemens speedstream 4100 a 56k modem


A 56K modem is used for dial-up internet.
A dinosuar.
56,000 Kilobits per second

http://www.ehow.com/facts_5625952_56k-modem_.html

The Siemens Speedstream 4100 modem is an Ethernet modem.
(Broadband),

http://www.ehow.com/how_6469391_troubleshoot-siemens-speedstream-4100.html

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Jun 10, 2012 | Compaq Computers & Internet

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Made unsuccessful attempts to connect to the Internet using the dial-up modem. The internal modem came installed on my original PC and is a Smart Link 56k Modem. What do I do?


Can we have more information about the problem you have when attempting to connect ? The error code and message would me very useful in your case.

For example :
1. If it says the modem is already in use, go to "Network connections" or "Network and sharing center" and delete all existing dial-up connections, then create a new one based on the settings your internet provider gave you.

2. It might be a problem with the login and password. Write both in Notepad on the computer, then copy and paste the information in the required fields in the connection window.

3. It might also be a problem on the telephone line. Try another computer with dial-up modem known to work properly. If the problem repeats on that computer, the problem is on the telephone line. You will need to contact your provider to fix the problem.

May 05, 2011 | Smartlink All 56K Modems: V.92 PCI Chipset...

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I just put in a new 56k internal modem and its working but I can only connect at 33.1 kbps


It probably is not your modem at all. Usually its limited by the computer or ISP you are connecting to, If possible i would try changing the # that you are dialing into and see if you connect at a faster speed. One thing to check is to go to device manager and click on properties on the modem and make sure it is set to max 56K Hope this helps you.

Jun 22, 2010 | Smartlink All 56K Modems: V.92 PCI Chipset...

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Dial up access


You need to contact an Internet Service Provider in your area who provides a dial up service. You will also need a dial up 56k modem.
The ISP can supply the setup information and maybe able to supply the modem if your computer does not have a built-in modem.

Mar 01, 2010 | Acer Aspire 5500 5570-2609 Laptop

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No 56k modem dial tone


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Do I need a 56K PCI Data Fax Modem for my new computer? If yes, why? If not, why? Thxs.


You only need a modem if you are going to be on a on a dail up internet connection or want to use your computer for faxing.

If you are using a broadband internet connection like cable or DSL, then the modem is not needed.

Hope this helps

May 02, 2009 | Intel PC TEL 56K (pctel56k) Modem

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Modem


You want a 56K modem at least. Modems are becoming less common these days as brpadband (DSL/Cable/WiFi,etc) are becoming more cost effective.

Does your computer take PCI cards? If so, you might be able to find a PCI modem. There are also some serial modems still being sold. If your computer has 9 pin serial ports, you could try to use a serial modem. I think there also might be a USB modem that you could use, providing your PC has serial ports.

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