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Starting a Modem in Windows NT and 2000

By hw4unyti ·
I forgot how from not having done it in a while.... but here is the question...
On a Win 2000/NT system... after adding a new modem... Once the drivers have been found and loaded.... how is it
'started'? I reviewed the various 'services' but forgot which thing to set to 'start' in order for the new modem to
actually be used after it has been installed hardware and software wise...

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Starting a Modem in Windows NT and 2000

by tamj123 In reply to Starting a Modem in Windo ...

need install RAS Service
control panel\network\service\

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Starting a Modem in Windows NT and 2000

by mphoffar In reply to Starting a Modem in Windo ...

In NT you'll need to go into my computer and then dialup netwporking. If it's not installed it'll prompt you for your NT disk to install that.

2000, you'll need to go into your network beighborhood and make a new connection in there (siminlar to the 95 DUN). Personally, on 2000, I've found it easier to just run through the internet connection wizard, but that's because I'm still not used to how 2000 does this.

Good luck to you

Mark

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