This tutorial will help you resolve problems that you may have encountered with your USB modem and a motherboard containing a VIA chipset. The most common problem is that USB modems are large users of energy, or the VIA chipset poorly manages this energy requirement, leading to problems starting the modem, or keeping the modem working after a few minutes. There are a large range of available solutions to this problem.
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