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Desk top 386 Dell, my son used for last 4 years in college on a network. Now I want to set it up for dial-up and I'm either missing a couple of steps or my modem is dead, plus I need a dial out number

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The Wizard setting up your dial up connection is going to depend on what Operating System you're running on that PC. As for the dial out number, it is going to be provided by your ISP (internet service provider), if you have other PCs connected via dial up? You can use the same number that the others are using.

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Hi,
try using the internet connection Wizard. setup a new account and follow the steps.
Theres also hardware wizards to resolve any conflicts/issues et,c.
If you are asked for a number to access an outside line, leave blank. unless it,s asking for your area dialling code. i.e 0121 0r 0161 et,c ( UK )

Mike @ compurepair.

Posted on Apr 04, 2008

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