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I have installed windows xp sp3. But I am facing problem with the Cable internet. In sp3 I am unable to surf the cable internet but dial up internet can be run. Help me

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I have that problem too. I downgrade my Windows Vista due to my Notebook spec (RAM) to Window XP. Unfortunately it gave me a problem on the internet connection. The connection are damn slow. and sometime request time out. Any solution on that? Sorry i am newbie, how do we know we are connecting to our cable modem to ethernet? and which one is the good one?

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If it is not wireless then your modem will be directly connected by a cable to a network card fitted in your PC, this (Rj-45) connection is usually found at the back of of the PC or to a router which in turn is connected directly to the PC.This is an ethernet connection .However,most laptops/notebooks are wireless in which case there will not be a "direct" connection via a cable to the PC -the connection is made through a wireless adapter.
As for which is the better-this depends on individual preferences and circumstances. Although a wireless connection can experience latency (lag).

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not nececerially

some cable modems use usb which can be problematic, thats why im trying to figure out which he has

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