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Re: will not locate drive
This modem is supported by Win98, the driver can be found below, download and unzip if neccassry, then when windows is looking for the driver foece it to browse wherever you have saved it to as the pc will probably be looking in the wrong place.
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Nearly all USB modems have storage with a setup and drivers. The box it came with would state what operating system it is compatible with. If Windows 98 is not listed, it does not exist.
Development on the Windows 98 platform has stopped world wide because it is a version of DOS (unsafe, drive space and memory limitations) and no longer supported by Microsoft. Todays software configurations are saved in the registry, Windows 98 and DOS are located in various INI type files.
My suggestion? Run Windows 7 and download the free Microsoft Virtual PC package, install Windows 98 in a VM and it can use the internet shared by the host Windows 7 system.
There are no available settings for the consumer to change on this product. If you are trying to hook multiple devices up to this modem consult the product manual here: http://www.toshiba.com/taisnpd/products/pcx2500manual.pdf
If you are trying to do something that isn't listed in that manual, you need to call your ISP's technical support.
When you lose connection open a command window and Ping the router- modem IP address. If you get a reply yr network is good. Then ping an outside address, such as 126.96.36.199
If you get a reply then yr problem is likely to be with DNS. Go to yr network settings and specify a DNS such as 188.8.131.52
if your friend is using a dsl connection,im sure he do have a modem from at&t, if you want to share internet connection,you need to purchased a router,here are some brands of the router that is applicable, linksys,netgear,belkins...once you have the router,you will need to contact AT&T technical support to configure the router to the modem so that you will be able to connect either wirelessly or hardwire connection...
I would look for the recovery cd's and start fresh.You coold try a earlier version of media player-uninstall the one first from add and remove programs.Try putting your modem into a another empty slot.Usually windows will find the modem and install the driver for you.