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Dial-up problem I have three hard drives in my PC-III and all can dial-up the internet with no problem. But since early this year my two hard drives with Win 98 2nd ed. is having a problem with the dial-up. Whenever I attempt to use it, it freezes and needs to be re-started. Have change modems three times and have un-installed and re-installed thee drives for each modems to no avail. They are proposing to format the hard drives, instead of re-installation the OS. Got lots of software, updates and others in those hard drives not to mention personal file that will be forever lost. Any alternative suggestion that you can offer. By the way, the newest modem installed is a Hawkins. And this modem works fine with third H.D. with Win XP-Pro with S.P.-2. Thanks, Henry J. Talento, Jr

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Try usig sfc command to reinstall default/overwritten software. You can do this by clicking start.. then run.. then type sfc then press enter.. just follow the instructions and see to it you have the original installer.

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