USB light flashing green on Speedtouch modem.


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Hi,

Right, so, my internet is working fine, and I reformat. I install everything back. But, when i start up, the modem (speedtouch 330) has both lights green, i connect, both lights green, but after about a minute online the USB light flashes alot, and my connection is still there, but nothing works.

Been on the phone to BT all weekend, they sent a replacement modem, same problem, rang them again, and i get a 'no definate answer.'

(I have tried changing everything, filters, cables, modems, the works, and remember, it WAS working a week ago. And i have done some power managment thing.)

Got new drivers for MB and everything.

Also, right now i am on my old computer, and it works fine, but the USB light still flashes, a lot, constantly.

Thanks.
 
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After the reformat have you put SP2 on and installed the USB drivers properly?
 
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Yeah SP2 is on, but it still worked on SP1. And yeah the motherboard usb drivers been updated.
 

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which light is flashing?, on my sagem 800-840 modem the left is the phone line right is power
 
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Umm the USB one...?? It's the left one, if that makes any difference :confused:
 
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surely thats the data indicator and is designed to flash when data is passed through.
 
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Yeah, that's been mentioned by a friend, but it never happened before the reformat, and BT said it wasn;t normal..
 

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If your net is working fine, then theres nothing wrong.

Most modems have an "Activity" light which flashes constantly when your on the net, its probably just that and you've never noticed it before.
 
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