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If it's a dialup modem you need to install the drivers.
 

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Actually, if the modem was in the pc when you took the computer out of the box than buy using recovery cds those drivers should all install automatically.
Step 1: Go to device manager and look for bangs, "!" or "?". Replay with what those are called. Also tell us if there is a device called "modems" in that list in device manager.
 

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Right, check device manager see if you have your modem listed there under "modems", we need to check if the pc can still detect your modem -- maybe it's loose if it's an internal dial up modem.
 

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Ran several checks for modem, every thing I tried resulted with the computer asking to connect to the internet to look for new driver. No modem listed under device manager.
 

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I am using a Gateway Model MA2A,Intel Celeron M processor,1500MHz,L2 Cache Ram 1024 KB, 512MB total Memory, Slot 1 Memory 256MB,Slot 2 Memory 256MB, Video Memory 8MB
 
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