My dial up isn't dialing up when i turn on my computer i had it set to dial up when i turn on my computer so every time i turn on my computer i have to connect to the internet manually. i have my dial up set to always dial my daulft connection can you help me
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Well all you have to do is create a shortcut on your desktop for it and then drag and drop it into the startup folder, you can drag it onto the start menu to open it up and then goto programs and then startup and then drop it in there and there you go it will automatically dial up everytime your laptop is turned on
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If your HP has a Wireless adapter - should have - you should connect to WiFi as soon as you start up your computer. Some start up WiFi throgu a compination of function keys, you should check your keyboard and your user's manual.
I don'r Understand what do you mean by "connect WiFi Lan settingg". WiFi is not the same as LAN. LAN is the cdirect conection to a broadband modem and if your LAN port is coonected through a cable to your modem, you connect to Interent at startup,
No dial up? I'm not sure if anywhere in civilized wold anyone with a computer still uses a dial up Internet modem.
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If you turn your sound up on the computer, do you hear a dial tone? Does it then begin dialing? If not you may have a bad modem. Try dialing the ISP's number with your phone, it should dial in and you should hear various beeps and so on, if not the ISP is down.
If you try to establish a Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
dial-up connection, you may receive the following error message:
Error 734: The PPP link control protocol was terminated.
As a result, you cannot establish a dial-up connection.
This issue may occur if either of the following conditions
Multi-link negotiation is turned on for the single-link
The dial-up connection security configuration is
incorrectly configured to use the Require secured password
To resolve this issue:
Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Network and Dial-up
NOTE: For Windows Server 2003, click Start, point to
Control Panel, and then point to Network
Right-click the appropriate dial-up networking connection,
and then click Properties.
Click the Networking tab, and then click Settings.
Click to clear the Negotiate multi-link for single
link connections check box (if it is selected).
Click OK, and then click OK.
Double-click the connection, and then click Dial.
If this procedure resolves the issue and you can
establish a dial-up connection, you do not have to follow the remaining steps
in this article.
If this does not resolve the issue and you cannot
establish a dial-up connection, go to step 7 to continue to troubleshoot this
Right-click the connection, and then click Properties.
Click the Security tab.
Under Security options, click
Allow unsecured password in the Validate my identity
as follows box, and then click OK.
Double-click the connection, and then click Dial to verify that you can establish a dial-up connection.
Why not try to create in the INTERNET OPTIONS under Control Panel. Click connection then hit ADD then set the settings. Try to set also its settings on LAN SETTINGS. Then whenever you try to connect to dial internet use the connection you created in internet options.
Sometimes you can get to Dial up connection one from the regular creation and one from the Internet options. If this could be the case.
If you still not able to connect to internet even with the right settings. Chances are, you have virus in your system. Could be Trojan vundo.
This problem can
be due to the software not handling a certain dial tone rather than a
specific hardware fault. Around the world there is a variance in the
signal quality of the dial tone which causes a report of no dial tone
detection. Disable the dial tone detection to prevent the system from
trying to detect a dial tone.
Disabling dial tone detection for modems: Windows XP
Select Control Panel
Click Switch to Classic View to change the control panel view
Click Phone and Modem Options
Select the Modem Tab
Select the installed modem (Example: Lucent Technologies Soft Modem AMR)
Click the Properties button
Select the Modem tab in the Properties window
Click Wait for dial tone before dialing to remove the check from the checkbox
Select the Advanced tab
Add X3 to the Extra initialization commands field in the Extra Settings box
Click OK twice
Select Switch to Category View to change back the control panel view
Close Control Panel
if this does not work trying re-installing modem drivers.
You have dial up? wow.. well, might not be your computer or phone line. Might be the server your dialing into. Is there a different phone number from a different server you can dial to test this theory?
here's some help...go to : start menu,all programmes,accessories,communications and to hyper terminal..type in test, and click o.k.,make sure all the settings are o.k., type in your mobile or your second land line number to test if the modem dials that number.if that test works then contact your i.s.p to check on your account.
hmm..well..this maybe as simple as the phone number setting in your dial up application..do you have call waiting or voicemail on that line? You may need to set the phone dialer to compensate for that issue.