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turn it off and turn it back on basically...
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Ah! I read it too fast. :tazz:

I used to own this same modem. The USB connection would be my last resort, Ethernet will give you a much more reliable connection. I would guess to connect to another system, you will need an Ethernet connection between the modem and both systems. This modem has a built-in 4-port router, so you can just connect the second system to an open port. Maybe this second system doesn't have an Ethernet port?
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