Hello all, my apologies if this has been answered before, but searching take an age, hence my question.
I have Windows ME, NTL broadband 64k modem (USB), system resources ~85% free if i ctrl-alt-delete and remove everything but Explorer, 256Mb ram. Also delete all temp internet files etc each time I use it.
I have run some tests, and I get a speed of 3460 which is of the order of a 28.8k modem, which is obviously not 64k!
I have spoken to NTL who have done some diagnostics who say the modem is working fine. They are recommending I reinstall Windows to see if that helps.
Does this sound sensible, or can you suggest what else I can do to speed things up.
Hmm, not sure the exact definition of Broad Band. However, the modem is not a dial up. Simply connect on IE and I'm straight in. It is definitely 64k though as I have the installation sheet and modem manual