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Hello,

I have had my mac a while now but gave up trying to get it on the internet a while ago.

I am hosted at freeola.com, they provide you with a usb modem to connect to the internet. The drivers for this modem arn't mac compatable.

In my attempts to connect my mac to the internet i have bought a new modem, however i still can't connect my mac to the internet.

There always seems to be a problem whatever stage i get to. I have tried phoning my ISP and they *don't provide support for macs*.

I was wondering if there was some general mac support number that i could phone that would help me with this?

Thanks!,
Jon
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Even though this may not be your modem, this may help.
Go here…

http://www.usr.com/support/9000/9000...e%20Modem.html
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You might try posting details of your problems to the forums here, or to Apple's support discussions.
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My suggestion is switch to another ISP which supports Macs.
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What good mac compatible ISPs are there that you know of matt?

Thanks everyone else for your help.
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