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Modem Configuration-Windows XP


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waynf

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Please supply procedure for configuratiion of Modem for Windows XP
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what kind of modem

(i've been looking at alot of your posts and you really need to be more specific....if this is a language problem which...being from canada it shouldnt be...then you should know we're all pretty good at translating...but honestly...if you can't put a good description of the problem then we can't help you)
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OK here's the situation. I want to change the modem in a Windows XP and I need to know after the mechanical end of it is done, what else do I have to do. Do I have to configure it and how do I go about doing it, eg. steps to be followed.

Sorry for inconvenience.

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Hi waynf...

Write down the dial-up information from your current modem (ISP phone number, etc.).

Install the modem in the machine and plug the phone line in.

Start your computer. Windows XP probably already has the driver for your modem, if not you will get the install new hardware wizard. Point the wizard to the software that came with your modem...or...run the setup from the software itself and follow the prompts.

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Edited by wannabe1, 27 October 2005 - 07:42 AM.

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