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The Internet has revolutionized our era and in order to hook up to the net the primary device required is a modem A modem is a phone line that connects to the computer and can serve as multiple purposes however The most well known purpose for a modem is for the Internet Most people think that installing a modem is a complex feat Though In reality it is really not Installing a modem consists of two major parts and if I can learn these easy steps than anyone can The first major step to installing a modem is the collection of all the tools To commence you should go to an electronics store and purchase a modem I personally recommend going to Best Buy or Comp USA The technology so far has authorized the modem speed to go from 288k all the way to 56k and of course the higher the speed is the higher the price Decent quality 56k modems usually range from somewhere between 110 to 130 dollars I prefer getting a higher quality modem for it will last longer Anyway at the store ask the employee to direct you to the aisle of the modems After inquiring all the modems pick the one you like best You also can ask the employees for their opinion After purchasing the modem you will then need a Phillips screw driver Go to any tool store to acquire this item Most computers use Phillips screwdriver but if you have one of those generic computer that sometimes use a flat head then you should purchase one of those You now have all the necessary materials needed to start the installation The next major step to installing a modem is to secure it inside the computer and prepare it for use Before actually starting make sure the power of the computer is turned off and that it isnt plugged in if the computer had been left on
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