Question about D-Link ADSL2/2+ Modem/Wireless Router 4-Port Switch, 802.11g, QoS (DSL-2640B)
This could be a cable fault.You can buy simple cable checkers at aPC store.If this isn't faulty,try uninstalling and then reinstalling the disc that came with it or going to device manager clicking on modems and seeing if your router is there if it is right click on to it and click update driver.RESTART THE COMPUTER.
If this didn't fix it,try unistalling the modem from device manager restart the computer and the windows system will try to find a driver for the modem.Or you could try searching for the driver in browse when you update the driver.IT GETS COMPLICATED I KNOW I'VE DONE IT THOUSANDS OF TIMES.WINDOWS 7 IS A GOOD OPERATING SYSTEM THAT FINDS DRIVERS AUTOMATICALLY FOR YOU.
IF YOU AINT GOT IT GET IT NOW.UPDATE YOUR PC.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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