ntl broadband medic

  polish 19:39 13 Apr 04

has any one botherd to use ntls broadband medic?
is it worth

  Lozzy 20:16 13 Apr 04

Just looked at the demo.. I should'nt..

  Evad 20:33 13 Apr 04

I downloaded it and it automatically replaced Correct Connect on my system!

I don't like it when you do not get the option!

Nevertheless I have used BB Medic a number of times and found it very useful. You can get information by 'pretending' you have a problem. This is one way to get to a real e-mail response to an unusual problem!

Evad Nosam.

  keith-236785 22:33 13 Apr 04

I wouldnt use it, neither would i use Correct connect anymore....all that seemed to do for me was warn me to all sorts of problems (which dont really mean much to anyone) and also seem to slow the broadband connection to a crawl (i was only on 128k BB last time i used correct connect.

if you have a problem, the best place to come is the PCA forum (at least you get answered pretty quickly) unlike NTL world.

  keith-236785 22:35 13 Apr 04

forgot to say, if someone from NTL is watching this..............where is the answer to my question e-mailed to you over THREE months ago regarding support for Linux.

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