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Hi Aparks

Did you run your Internet Connection Wizzard ?

Is this via LAN or a Dial Up ?

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

  • Marnus Jacobs
    Marnus Jacobs Apr 21, 2008

    Right click on your Internet Icon on your desktop and go to Properties.



    Then click on the Connections tab at the top.



    There you will choose either your dial-up connection or Lan Connection.



    Simply enter all the details you were provided with to establish the connection and you will be on your way.

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