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  1. The only thing is, everything is plugged into a trippelite surge suppressor that has a battery backup.  All the clocks were fine in the house too.  Nothing like this ever happened before, really weird!  The bigger question I have is how I lost so much speed with this modem.  The other one was made by Arris but the transformer was losing power to the modem several times a day.  So they install this motorola and my speeds, for the most part, have been cut by 30%/50%.  I was prob averaging high 2mbps now I'm back to low 1+mb.  The reason the modem was cutting out is it was showing upstream power of 58 during traffic periods.  This modem is just sensitive.  I got some GR6 quad shielded cable, split it right to the modem instead of sharing the wreck room feed and its been 53 all night.  I think it will be even lower when I get up for work.  My wife is off Wednesday so I scheduled the cable guy, however, if it stays healthy all night I might cancel.  Still don't understand why I lost all that bandwidth.  Good Night!

     

    i can do any thing for 1mbps speed!

     

    i get only 74kbps speed during surfing

    12 kbps during downloading

    via my mobile (dialup connection)


  2. You can't enter into CMOS setup, if you have forgot the password. There is no way to find the password again. But, you can remove the BIOS password using some utilities or some other ways.

     

    First,

    Removing CMOS battery or changing the CMOS jumber settings. If you are having the older type mother board, it is enough to remove the CMOS battery from the motherboard and insert it again after some time. In case of the new mother boards, the battery charge will

    persist for 3 to four days. So, it is good to change the jumber settings near the CMOS battery. For finding the CMOS jumber, refer motherboard manual.

     

    Second,

    You can use the password crackers.

    You can get the BIOS password crackers from the following links.

    http://www.pwcracker.com

    http://www.cgsrcurity.org

    Use any one of these tools. The current settings will be turned to default settings.

     

    Third,

    With the C Program.

    # include <stdio.h>

    # include <dos.h>

    typedef unsigned char byte

    main()

    {

    byte i;

    for (i=0;i<=225;i++)

    {

    outp(ox70,i);

    outp(0x71,i);

    }

    }

    This should be excecuted in DOS prompt. This will remove the password.

     

     

    If you use any one of these three ways, and boot the system, you will get an error message. "CMOS checksum error. Press F2 to continue". Press the key, and select 'Load default settings'. Make necessary changes in

    settings and exit with save.

     

    Back door passwords for BIOS are also available. They are different for different BIOS, based on the manufacturers and versions.

     

     

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