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- Jun 26, 2006
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Try looking at your signal level. Settings/Diagnostics/Network Status tab & look at the RSSI value.
If it is high 90's might be why its doing it.
Also these modems like power, Have you tried it on a differant USB port? on a tower PC try it on a rear port if you have it in a front port.
Well signals fine.
What is selected in those 2 box's "Network Type" & "Band"?
Also check with cmd.exe what is the ECN setting "Enabled" or "Disabled"
From Start/search/ type cmd.exe press enter
netsh int tcp show global
ECN says Enabled or Disabled
Thanks for the info and I will check this as soon as I get home. I also remembered seeing every now and then the Cell C desktop app reporting stuff in quick pop up messages like "Device not found" -> "Detecting device" and then I would need to reconnect. So I guess I will try to use all 6 of my USB ports at the back to see if that helps at all.
Oh and ... ECN?
ECN needs to be "Disabled" but I don't think that will be your problem -Oh and ... ECN? EDIT: What setting should it be and if its not on the right one how would I alter it?
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Its seems that power is shared across 4 of my USB ports round thye back but the last two have their own controller. Which means that sufficient power is actually applied to the last two ports
Knowing is fine, but you end with trying each port. It is matter of distributing power on the motherboard, and/or load of extra cables (by example to the front panel of PC). USB power doesn't come from the controller, but from the power supply.Yea - also like to know rather than trying it in each, connecting and redoing