I have just purchased your Gateway M6319 Notebook and have not been able to get on line. I have AT&T DSL on my home computer and have talked with them about this. They checked the modem and it is functioning. they then helped me get to the "network Sharing" and determined that DSL capabilities are NOT on my brand new Laptop, yet, right on the box AND on the laptop itself it says that it has DSL loaded.
Can you please, please help me.
Ronald and Jennie Santonastasi
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FIOS and DSL use different modems and or gateway devices. Sounds like you were using a DSL gateway device with networking setup and when you moved to FIOS, the tech did not duplicate your network on your new FIOS gateway. OR you had a 3rd party router e.g. Linksys that was removed from the setup when FIOS was installed.
Either way, Verizon is who you should contact. Just tell them your network went down after you moved from DSL to FIOS. Dont mention Microsoft or Livewebtv.
I'm afraid I got bad news for you. The fax line and voice line are using the same frequency so you should be able to fax directly from your pc fax modem when using Dial up connection but in DSL the data and voice are using different frequency. So you wont be able to fax using DSL unless u\you use a separate fax machine.
Digital subscriber line (DSL) uses digital technology to bring high-bandwidth information over ordinary copper telephone wires. Digital data is transmitted to the computer directly as digital data (instead of analog) and this allows the telephone company to use a much wider bandwidth for transmitting the data to its destination. XDSL is a generic reference to the different variations of DSL, such as ADSL, HDSL, and RADSL.
DSL services rely on an am radio wave that has a range of 600 KHz to 2.2 GHz. HP all-in-one and fax products are all ITU Group 3 fax devices that operate at about 200 KHz (below the DSL capability) and are not directly compatible with digital signals.
However, if specified during the set-up of the DSL line, the signal can be separated so that some of the bandwidth is used to transmit an analog signal (for voice and fax) while the remaining bandwidth is used to transmit digital data. This allows for the use of the telephone or fax, and computer on the same line and at the same time. When inquiring about DSL with the service provider, specify the desire to use the phone line for voice or fax calls while connected through the computer to the Internet.
I hope I explained the issue clearly to you.
This will be with the memory or a software conflict. To be perfectly honest, this machine shouldn't be doing this since it's only three days old. I would take it back for an exchange. This is a good model and this is not a common problem with these. If you exchange it for the same model I think you'll find that this is a good machine and you'll see that it shouldn't lock up. I've got a Gateway that is approx two years old and it hasn't locked up five times since I've had it. Occasionally, yes, but five times in it's first three days, no. You're going to have bigger problems if you keep it.