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Question by BOB
Submitted on 6/19/2004
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I need to know what are the config files needed to run broadband through a cable connection.
I will explain it a bit. The broadband connection of AOL runs on a Cable 35100 modem driver. Sometimes while registration, the error comes as GM Lease Not Found. The error happens because the required config files are missing from the computer's operating system. I need to know what are those config files. If someone can guide me through that, i would love to join you over a beer. cheers

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