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Problem with DSL modem/PC link repeatedly dropping on new DSL service

Posted on 2006-05-17
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Got DSL from Qwest yesterday.  I've got a CAT5 cable running (supplied by qwest) between the DSL modem & the XP  laptop's ethernet card but the link keeps yoyoing up & down (LAN disconnected, LAN connected, LAN disconnected, etc.).  Other than replacing the cable (wiggling doesn't seem to help), is there anything I can/should do?
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zephyr_hex (Megan) earned 150 total points
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it's possible the modem is bad.  you should contact Qwest if replacing the cable doesn't do the trick
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Oops...sorry.  I switched the connection from the network card to the riskier USB port & it works OK so it may have been the network card, but no way to tell for sure.  
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