Require ADSL Modem Setup for 64-bit Windows 7

Rashmi Nagwani

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Hi Guys,I have been using BSNL Broadband for more than 2 years now on my windows xp 32- bit pc .I have recently taken a system Dell Inspirion with Windows 7(64 bit) preloaded,when i tried to install ADSL Modem then it fails saying this is not capable of 64 bit OS.Can anyone tell me how do I install this on my new system, has anyone done this for him/herself?Thanks,Rashmi Nagwani
 

Mat Flin

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yes there are compatibility issues ... search for 64 bit modem drivers ...
 


uberjon

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Hi Guys,
when i tried to install ADSL Modem then it fails saying this is not capable of 64 bit OS.

Can anyone tell me how do I install this on my new system, has anyone done this for him/herself?

'Install a ADSL Modem'? What is the modem model no? Do you have a router?

You do not need to install anything. Your laptop is connected to the modem via an ethernet cable (or wifi). No drivers necessary.
If you setup is configured to be 'always on' (or in other words - no dialer), the modem will try to connect to the internet as soon as it (the modem) is turned on & it does this independently.

what has modem gotta do with the operating system? :confused:
+1.

yes there are compatibility issues ... search for 64 bit modem drivers ...
Sigh! Your OS has nothing to do with a standalone ADSL modem.