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On 6/28/05, Dick Margulis <margulisd -at- comcast -dot- net> wrote:
> My wife will probably end up keeping the LG phone and give up on the
> convenience features she selected it for, only because her old one is
> dying a natural death and the LG phone less unintuitive than the
> Motorola phone. As for the router, I'm now going to pay a guy $250 to
> come troubleshoot the network--something I ought be be able to do myself
> if Windows XP weren't such a documentation wasteland--and either install
> the new router or keep the old one, whichever solution seems to promise
> more stability.
Ouch! That's a lot of beer money. There are a bazillion resources on
this list who would help you. Linksys has a good set of tech support
documents on their site. There is also a comcast specific newsgroup:
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