Posted 25 May 2005 - 08:54 PM
A couple solutions I found with a search, that has worked for others:
1. If you're not using a firewall, turn on the XP firewall.
Go to Control Panel - Network connections-right click your connection-Properties-Advanced Tab-and Activate your firewall (asuming you're using Win XP)
2.Go to your control panel and modems and then open your modem info. Click on the Power Management tab.
If the box that says 'Allow the computer ot turn off this device to save power.' is checked, uncheck it.
3. Install Windows Service Pack 2
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