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Modem Which modem would you recommend? I want one that will be very fast, and simple.

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    Which wireless modem would you recommend?

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I would go with Verizon or Sprint. Just give them a call and they can give you quotes on the prices. I suggest ive them a call instead of going to the website as you will get a clearer picture having them explain it rather than going through the paperwork. Which is what I did when i signed up.

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    Thomas Lim Jul 28, 2008

    You can go with Actiontec or Westell wirespeed. You have to call up your ISP to check what will work with your connection.

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Ok, here's my problem. I had comcast, comcast got turned off, we turned it back on, and they came over and gave us a new modem. Now our router wont work with the new modem. Everything works, other than the...


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Turn the router off.
Disconnect the electrical power from the router.

Reconnect the electrical power.
Turn the router on.

It should immediately "reboot" itself, and "talk" to your Comcast modem, and connect to the Internet.

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My modem keeps dropping connection. I have called my ISP and they say everything is running just fine. It happens when i am playing counter strike source and i start lagging badly and all of the sudden my...


Intermittent connection issues are very difficult for internet service providers to trouble shoot. The first step in trouble shooing any Intermittent connection problem is to look at the chain of equipment involved in flow of data from the internet service provider to the end user. In most homes the packets enter from the main line to the modem, than from the modem to the router, and finally from the router to you computer. So that means that the issue can be caused from the following equipment: main cable line, splitter, modem, router, or the Ethernet / wireless card of the PC. The first step in trouble shooting this problem is to wait for the internet to drop off. As soon at this happens go to your modem. If the top 4 lights are not solid green then the the modem is losing it's connection to the internet. This can be cause by some thing as simple as a bad splitter in the home or some thing as complicated at an issue at the pole. If the modem drops the connection I would recommend contacting the internet service provider and demand a service call to swap the modem and check the pole. Now if when the connection drops the modem still has access than the issue is most likely with the router or PC. If more than one computer loses it's internet access than you can rule out the computer as the issue. At this point I would have to recommend bypassing your router for about 48 hours. If the issue does not return than you know the router was the source of the problem.

I hope that information above has helped is some way.
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Intermittent connection issues are very difficult for internet service providers to trouble shoot. The first step in trouble shooing any Intermittent connection problem is to look at the chain of equipment involved in flow of data from the internet service provider to the end user. In most homes the packets enter from the main cable line to the modem, than from the modem to the router, and finally from the router to you computer. So that means that the issue can be caused from the following equipment: main cable line, splitter, modem, router, or the Ethernet / wireless card of the PC. Since we know that the connection is being dropped at or before the modem I recommend contacting the internet service provider and demand a service call to swap the modem and check the pole. Your issue can be cause by some thing as simple as a bad splitter in the home or some thing as complicated at an issue at the pole. Most commonly this will turn out to be a bad modem.

I hope that information above has helped is some way.
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I was recently given a HP Pavilion Model No. 4530. I was about to connect to the net when I found that the modem as well as the phone jack had been removed. Can I use an external modem or do I have to...


It doesn't matter if you use an internal or external modem. I would just look for something fast and cheap, probably at a shop that deals with old systems as trades, etc. You should be able to find 56K internal modems for a couple of bucks. But remember, dial-up is dial-up and it will take forever to do anything on the net. You may want to consider picking up a cheap 10/100 Ethernet adapter instead and connecting via DSL or cable to get anything more than basic e-mail and simple web browsing.

And the OS support is no longer there for a machine this old; Win2K is pretty much the limit and that would probably run like a dog. And it isn't even supported by MS any longer.

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How fast does AMD athlon as a modem. as in scrolling the web and searching and application.would it be fast enough in compared to other cpu.


Your cpu isn't what determines your browsing speed, it's the modem that determines that. The faster the modem, the faster the actions.

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Microcom DeskPorte Fast Plus Analog Modem


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I have a modem speed 56,6 kbps, how can i changes is speed 360 mbps because my modem can be speed in 360 mbps. thanks. what i should be changes that?


Unfortunately Dial-up modem speed cannot go fast than 56kb.
For more speed you'll have to get either DSL/Cable high speed internet service.

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Modem for dial-up


Well I hate to be the one to break the news but their is no such thing as a fast modem. They are all 56Kbps which is slow....the only fast modem is a DSL modem, but that is outside the computer and it gets hooked up with your phone company or your Internet Service Provider. Check the invoice or packaging slip and see if it says "DSL Modem capability"..if so then you are ok but your ISP has to install it.

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here you go, the short answer. Just a simple re-wire and reconfigure (see attachment).




For the hub I recommend one of these (I have one and it's pretty much plug in play):
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Broadband connection problem


I do not have this hardware however from the internet I see a simple recommendation -- get the modem working with a direct connected computer. Then power off the modem and connect the wireless router also powered off. Then power on the modem, then power on the router. Inidications are that this will result in a functioning router.

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