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jhawk Click to Email jhawkClick to check IP address of the poster 09/27/2003, 07:33 PM ()
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I'm going to buy a new computer. How difficult is it to move my cable modem to the new computer. Is this something that I should be able to do myself or do I need to call Comcast?
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RE: New Computer, Gil Fleming, 05/06/2004, (2)

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Mike Click to Email MikeClick to check IP address of the poster 09/27/2003, 11:45 PM ()
1. "RE: New Computer"
should be able to do it yourself. Just unplug the modem for about 60 seconds and then all should be fine.

Mike
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Gil Fleming Click to Email Gil%20FlemingClick to check IP address of the poster 05/06/2004, 02:24 AM ()
2. "RE: New Computer"
How does that work with wireless routers? I have a new CPU and RR - not sure where to start.
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