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I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug elimination, whatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista. I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them. So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists.

I do not want to set up a network. I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista? (Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?). 'wantcablemodemconnection' wrote: I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug elimination, whatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista.

I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them.

So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists. I do not want to set up a network.

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I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista?

Terayon Docsis Usb Cable Modem Drivers For Mac

(Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?) I don't think it matters, there is no software running in the PC for your modem. All the modem does is supply an IP to the PC pretty basic stuff. Try one if it doesn't work return it.

-Original Message- From: wantcablemodemconnection mailto: Posted At: February-16-07 3:29 PM Posted To: microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardwaredevices Conversation: Is there a vista-compatible DOCSIS cable modem? What is it? Subject: Is there a vista-compatible DOCSIS cable modem?

I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug eliminationwhatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista. I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them. So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists.

I do not want to set up a network. I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista? (Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?) DOCSIS Cable Modems connect to your PC using an Ethernet connection and require no special software on the PC. I connect mine to a wireless router but in your case you will simply plug it in to your Ethernet port. I believe mine is made by Motorola but I would buy it from your cable company to ensure it is compatible with their system.

Don't worry about that, just get a decent brand DOCSIS ready cable modem and you should be golden. As previous posts have indicated, you do not need a special driver for Vista. I am still using my cable modem that I was using under Windows 2000. 'wantcablemodemconnection' wrote in message news: I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug elimination, whatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista. I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them.

So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists. I do not want to set up a network. I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista? (Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?).

I am using a Motorola sb4200 works fine, I think the new one is a 5200. The cable modem is not based on the OS/ 'wantcablemodemconnection' wrote in message news: I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug elimination, whatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista. I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them. So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists.

I do not want to set up a network. I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista? (Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?). There may not be USB drivers for Vista for cable modems with USB connections. But nearly all cable modems have Ethernet connections (only a couple a few years back were USB only).

You don't need any software from an ISP to use a cable modem. If their installation program does not work, they can manually provision you. On Fri, 16 Feb 2007 14:29:10 -0800, wantcablemodemconnection wrote: I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug elimination, whatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista. I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them.

So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists. I do not want to set up a network. I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista? (Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?) - Barb Bowman MS Windows-MVP Expert Zone & Vista Community Columnist.

Thank you everyone. I started to be concerned about the operating system after I found a good looking modem, the d-link dcm 202 after doing a web search.

Under product specs, they have the operating system minimum requirements, and I just wanted to see something saying that Vista will work. I realize now this is making a big deal out of nothing. A big part of the frustration is, since I am getting everything new, and my plan of getting XP was thwarted, I just did not want to go through the thing of guessing what will work, buying it, spending hours seeing if it is compatible, then returning it for something else. Yes, I could ask my computer superstore about this, but they are the ones that had every single PC in the place pre-loaded with Vista, and I just wanted to know upfront. Although the cable modem is not an issue, I want to get a printer once I get set up, and from the posts, that might be a problem, but that will be the subject of another post in the future, if necessary.

'Barb Bowman' wrote: There may not be USB drivers for Vista for cable modems with USB connections. But nearly all cable modems have Ethernet connections (only a couple a few years back were USB only). You don't need any software from an ISP to use a cable modem. If their installation program does not work, they can manually provision you.

On Fri, 16 Feb 2007 14:29:10 -0800, wantcablemodemconnection wrote: I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug elimination, whatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista. I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them. So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists. I do not want to set up a network.

I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista? (Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?) - Barb Bowman MS Windows-MVP Expert Zone & Vista Community Columnist. Thank you, now I know about ethernet Because I had to buy the laptop preinstalled with Vista, I have a little chip on my shoulder about having to 'test' things to see if they work. 'bp' wrote: 'wantcablemodemconnection' wrote: I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug elimination, whatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista.

I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them. So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc.

To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists. I do not want to set up a network. I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista? (Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?) I don't think it matters, there is no software running in the PC for your modem.

All the modem does is supply an IP to the PC pretty basic stuff. Try one if it doesn't work return it. Thank you for your reply.wantcablemodemconnection, aka Tracy 'Kevin Young' wrote: -Original Message- From: wantcablemodemconnection mailto: Posted At: February-16-07 3:29 PM Posted To: microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardwaredevices Conversation: Is there a vista-compatible DOCSIS cable modem? What is it? Subject: Is there a vista-compatible DOCSIS cable modem? I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug eliminationwhatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista. I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new.

Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them. So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists. I do not want to set up a network. I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet.

And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista?

(Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?) DOCSIS Cable Modems connect to your PC using an Ethernet connection and require no special software on the PC. I connect mine to a wireless router but in your case you will simply plug it in to your Ethernet port. I believe mine is made by Motorola but I would buy it from your cable company to ensure it is compatible with their system. Thanks for your help.wnatscablemodemconnection, aka Tracy 'Keith Schaefer' wrote: Don't worry about that, just get a decent brand DOCSIS ready cable modem and you should be golden. As previous posts have indicated, you do not need a special driver for Vista. I am still using my cable modem that I was using under Windows 2000.

'wantcablemodemconnection' wrote in message news: I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug eliminationwhatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista. I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them.

So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists. I do not want to set up a network.

I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista? (Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?). Thanks for the specific information on this.wantcablemodemconnection, aka Tracy 'BigJim' wrote: I am using a Motorola sb4200 works fine, I think the new one is a 5200. The cable modem is not based on the OS/ 'wantcablemodemconnection' wrote in message news: I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug eliminationwhatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista.

I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them. So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists. I do not want to set up a network. I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet.

And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista? (Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?). Thank you, and it is good to know that this community exists with microsoft people answering the questions.

Vista looks good, and I'm sure it will be fine. Since maybe microsoft has an agreement with best buy to pre-load Vista on all their PCs, or for whatever reason they are doing this, I'm sure I won't have any trouble getting Vista-compatible peripherals that work without problems based on the operating platform. Thanks again.wantscablemodemconnection, aka Tracy 'Barb Bowman' wrote: There may not be USB drivers for Vista for cable modems with USB connections.

But nearly all cable modems have Ethernet connections (only a couple a few years back were USB only). You don't need any software from an ISP to use a cable modem. If their installation program does not work, they can manually provision you. On Fri, 16 Feb 2007 14:29:10 -0800, wantcablemodemconnection wrote: I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug elimination, whatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista. I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new.

Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them. So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc.

To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists. I do not want to set up a network. I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista?

(Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?) - Barb Bowman MS Windows-MVP Expert Zone & Vista Community Columnist. 'wantcablemodemconnection' wrote in message news: I would have normally waited for things (hardware, bug elimination, whatever) to catch up to Vista, but if I wanted to get a laptop PC now, it seemed the only way to get it was to get it preinstalled with Vista. I am not upgrading, I am starting with everything brand new. Okay, today I talked to my local cable internet provider today about options, and after talking to them, it seemed a good idea to get my own DOCSIS cable modem, so I would not have to rent it from them. So, I think I've wasted a lot of time doing web searches, etc. To figure out if a Vista-compatible cable modem exists.

I do not want to set up a network. I just want to plug into a wall and surf the internet. And so, to make things easier for me. Does someone know a DOCSIS cable modem that is proven to work with Vista?

(Also, I forgot to ask if my cable internet provider supports Vista now, am I going to have to play freecell for the next six months?) You need to speak with your Cable company's Tech Support about this. If they do not yet support Vista, well try to find another Cable company which does. By the way, with Cable modems, software is only needed for USB connections, not Ethernet connections. If you buy a cable-modem, you will have to call your Cable company's tech support, and give them the MAC address of the modem. It really depends on the speed of your cable connection. Slower connections can usually get away with a DOCSIS 1.x modem.

Faster connections need a DOCSIS 2.ax modem, as well as an Ethernet connection, rather than a USB 2.0 connection. It may be that only your Cable provider will be able to supply a cable modem for their network. So before doing ANYTHING, speak with them. Cable modems are seldom more than $5.00US/month for rental.

Only your Cable provider knows if they support Vista or not. But I see no reason why they shouldn't. Ethernet is pretty much a standard across the board as far as OSes are concerned. Additionally, an USB connection between the modem and the computer will be MUCH slower than using an Ethernet cable instead. Donald L McDaniel Please reply to the original newsgroup and thread.