Problem with old modem (no rhyme intended) I have this old computer with an old modem and it started acting up recently after 6 years. It had worked smoothly until now. I would try to sign on, but there would be no dial tone. I know that my phone line is working, because I can dial out. The problem is apparently on my computer than the phone line because I didn't hear the initial *ding* sound. In other words, it didn't even try to dial. So I went to Device Manager in Control Panel > System to remove the device. Once it's uninstalled, I restart the computer and Windows 98 would recognize that there is a new modem and I would install the driver from the CD-ROM. It would work, but once I restart the computer again, the problem described above would come up again. So basically, I have to uninstall and reinstall my modem every time I want to get online. And that's obviously, really annoying. Any ideas? I am stuck. By the way, the driver I am using is the original CD-ROM that came with the computer when I bought it. It's called 3D Multimedia Pack which is probably not too well-known.