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I have a speedtouch modem with no cd to set it up using the wizard

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You don't need the CD.
If all the lights are showing green when you plug it into the phone line, power and the ethernet or USB port on your computer, then all you need to do is go to Control Panel>Internet Options, click the connections tab and then click SetUp. Follow the setup wizard and select "connect to the internert> set up my connection manually>connect to a braodband connection that is always on.
Your user name and password should have been installed into the modem before it was sent to you by your ISP.

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