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I recently installed Windows 2000 SP2.

AFter that I can't send more than 5K (Approximately) data over the internet.

I.e I can't send any emails morethan 5K. I can't do a FTP more than 5K. etc.

Any ideas?
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Question by:ysivaram
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Seems like everything points to low received/sent bytes. I would start with updating Modem drives. Most of the time they are not compatible with new OS.
Do a search on internet see if find the newest dives or upgrades for your modem. If you could not find any, post the model and serial number of your modem and I will help you.
One place to look at is:
www.driverguide.com
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Have you tried removing (deleting) and then re-installing your modem from the Modems applet in the contol panel?
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ysivaram,
Can you please post an update about this question? You attention in finalizing this question is very much appreciated.. Thank you in advance
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