PROBLEM WITH NET CONNECTION

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  1. liquid_nitrogen88

    liquid_nitrogen88 New Member

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    i use a modem dial up net connection.
    whenever a new call comes in while browsing,the modem drops the line.
    i dont want to inactivate the call waiting option.
    is there any way i get some option displyed wen an incoming call comes while browsing,so that i can choose between attending the call or continue browsing?pls help.....
     
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    vysakh New Member

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    impossible
     
  3. drgrudge

    drgrudge Another Brick in the Wall

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    dude, i remember reading abt this topic in the QNA of DIGIT a few months ago..., why dont u search for this topic?

    and btw, no way u can do this.
     
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    chill out guys it was a repeat thread
    besides see the date on it !
    he only posted in QnA and hes got his answers
    http://www.thinkdigit.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=11456
    nitro .. buddy .. be careful with multiple posts in the future
    i know u posted this on 12 and u didnt get a reply so u posted again on the 16
    but all u had to do was make another post here to revive ur thread ;)
    agree sometimes threads are overlooked
    see for eg here.
    http://www.thinkdigit.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10935
    see what was done
    cheers
     
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