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Old 06-01-2007
Living in Poland
 

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Sagem 800 DSL Modem
I am currently trying to install a Sagem 800 ADSL modem on my laptop to gain
access to the internet. However, apparently, after I install the Windows
Vista capable drivers, then plug in the modem, I get a Code 18 error message
telling me to install the drivers again.........endless loop of woe. When I
plug in the modem, and look under Control Panel, Hardware, it shows me the
modem connection but with the yellow triangle and exclamation point. Then
the code 18 issue.......
The USB port says it is pulling 400 mA.......do I need a USB hub or should I
go back to XP? So far the Sagem people have not gotten back to me with a
resolution. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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Old 06-01-2007
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RE: Sagem 800 DSL Modem
Living in Poland,

I don't know anything about USB ports and their power limitations, but read
the following reference to help answer your question.

http://www.edn.com/article/CA443379.html

Maybe you need more power, but I really have no idea.
--
freddy


"Living in Poland" wrote:

> I am currently trying to install a Sagem 800 ADSL modem on my laptop to gain
> access to the internet. However, apparently, after I install the Windows
> Vista capable drivers, then plug in the modem, I get a Code 18 error message
> telling me to install the drivers again.........endless loop of woe. When I
> plug in the modem, and look under Control Panel, Hardware, it shows me the
> modem connection but with the yellow triangle and exclamation point. Then
> the code 18 issue.......
> The USB port says it is pulling 400 mA.......do I need a USB hub or should I
> go back to XP? So far the Sagem people have not gotten back to me with a
> resolution. Any suggestions? Thanks.
> --
> Living in Poland

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