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Reformamated windows xp and unable to install my 2wire homeportal 100w

I reformatted my computer....I am unable to install my 2wire modem...It worked fine before I reformatted my system...so I know it isn't the hardware. The green light is no longer on either. I have run what I believed to be a 2wire driver...but I am not finding success. Please help.

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  • fatdragon May 11, 2010

    is this a dsl modem only or a home gateway?

    how are you connecting to it (network cable/usb/hpna/wireless)?




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You neen the driver from 2wire.com it is called twusb1405 extract to temp folder then unplug the router then plug it back in and it will look for driver direct it to the folder you unzipped it to and hey presto

hope this helps
Andie

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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