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NetComm Modem not working with 10.6

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Hey all,

I have 3 mac's at home; a MacBook (10.5) an iMac and a MacBook Pro (both running 10.6). My modem is working with 10.5 but not 10.6. The updates are all up to date and everything, but it's not working with the computers running 10.6.

The modem I have is a NetComm nb6plus4w ADSL2+.

Any help would be great!!

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