Introduction:This modem replacement help can benefit you if your internet access is interrupted because your modem is malfunctioning.Read now and store this for future use. It can save you a lot of money by following these steps rather than hiring a computer person to help you.
Connecting with your internet provider will help you determine if the modem is really the problem you are experiencing. Until you have the tech support verify that the modem is the problem you cannot advance to problem solving.If you can, supply the Internet provider with the date your malfunctioning modem was purchased. This can assist because a modem generally lasts 18 months.
Deciding to replace your modem has some thought to that process. Staples has a wide assortment of modems for Personal Computers and wireless too. The sales people there are extremely knowledgeable so can help you determine which modem you need for your home computer or laptop.Your Internet provider can tell you options for purchasing another modem too.
When choosing to buy the modem at any store, it is best to bring the number of the existing modem to your shopping store. Some of the features might help the sales person assist you so you get the right modem and the type you need too. If nothing else, write down the number of the modem which is on the back of the equipment.
The modem needs to be hooked up to the computer with the assorted wires and connections so your activities can be resumed after the old modem became malfunctioning. If you are electronically inclined insert the disc from the modem box and follow directions. If for any reason you are not able to do that process, ask a computer geek to help hook up the modem.
As soon as possible call your customer support that your Internet provider has for your use.This person will easily, step by step guide you through the coding process to configure your new modem to your existing computer and wireless laptop also. Within minutes the person on the phone will have you up and running again.
Don't panic about not having a computer. Go to the local library and use their computer until you are up and running well.
It sucks to be without a computer. I have been through this a few times. Great list!
I just went through this, thanks.
I will keep this. I had modem trouble once and my provider certainly did walk me through resetting and all that. Great guidelines. H5
Thanks for this awesome list. Well done. H5.
Great list and I'm so glad you're back online!! H5
You funny woman! Was this a result of your computer crash? Anyway it's a helpful list. HI5
I always unplug for a few minutes and plug it in again and that sometimes releives problems.
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