From: Kevin Toner (kmtoner_at_bakerd.com)
Date: Mon Apr 05 1999 - 08:05:32 EDT
I had to install the upgrade because I had recently reformatted my harddrive to eliminate a series of Win98-related errors and a video-related error. My TP600's modem shipped as a Kflex 56k without a v.90 driver. After reformatting and installing a standalone copy of Win98, the upgrade was necessary to add the v.90 protocol. Otherwise, I could never connect with my ISP at anything above 33.6. Now, with the v.90 upgrade installed, I can't even get above 28.8. Arghh!
>>> "Donald Mak" <dvmak_at_ibm.net> 04/04/99 10:53pm >>>
If you were getting connections of 51-53K why did you even apply an upgrade?
Go back to the previous version if it worked well for you.
----- Original Message -----
From: Kevin Toner <kmtoner_at_bakerd.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 04, 1999 6:07 PM
Subject: Slower Modem Connects After Upgrade
After downloading and installing the latest and greatest v.90 upgrade for my
TP600's internal 56k modem, my internet connection speeds have dropped from
about 51-53k to 26-28k. It seems that I recently read a post from someone
else who had this experience. Does anyone know of a fix to the fix? Thanks
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