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The problem may be running Windows, TC. South of the Mason-Dixon you need to run Winders. ;-)Hope all is fixed.
:) yup. haven't gotten around to updating Molly.actually, it turned out to be the POWER CORD to the modem, of all things!
Hey, no worries!And here is what? was there a link?Sometimes the best thing is to back away from computer for a few days whether forced to do so or by choice.
sorry for the confusion, Poli--I was refering to the 'Daddy's Woes' post below.I'm posting sporadically because I'm still digging out from the move and settling in. I'm all legal now, tho.have car tags and have paid my first fla taxes. :(so, I guess I'm officially a floridian, now. [well, at least Jeb has left -- he's making his mischief in texas now, I hear :) ]
A power cord?!!? How low tech can you get!! ;-)
tell me about it, TC._I_ sure never suspected that.so, I waited 2 days for the techie to show up to fix the modem or swap it out or whatever -- and it turned out to be the CORD!
You must have been positively red!! That's the kind of thing that would sink me too! LOL!!
red?? why?sometimes power cords go bad, just like all other components do.I'm glad the tech didn't simply replace the modem without checking the cord first. that would've been such a waste of raw materials.
I would have felt embarrassed in similar circumstances.
hey, TC--ummmmm--mebbe communications are breaking down again???the wire went bad. it wasn't unplugged. it went bad.as a result, I didn't feel any need to be embarrassed. I'm just glad the tech thought to try swapping out the wire before junking the entire modem.he said he's seen this happen with this brand of modem before--which was why he tried that solution first.
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