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By lrose ·
I am unable to get MSIE, Outlook, or ping to run.
Have win 98se running on P III 600 with 256k ram. Internet connection is Verizon DSL (home).
It appears that no program that uses the internet works.
Is this a win98se problem or a problem with tcp/ip? How can this be fixed? All recommended updates have been done.

Thanks

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by JackOfAllTech In reply to Problems with online appl ...

Define 'run'. What happens when you attempt to start the programs? We need more info.

Ralph

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by VinnyD In reply to Problems with online appl ...

Verizon DSL form home is what I use at home.

It is an ADSL connect that requires that you use the Verizon Dailer to make the internet connection from your computer to the DSL modem.

Once that connection exists you should be able to use any internet application.

If you are having trouble with Verizon Dailer connecting to the DSL modem, you may be having TCP/IP problems in Win 98.

Try using WINIPCFG and see if you are getting an valid IP address on the Verizon connection after you have used the Verizon Dailer to make the internet connection.

Winipcfg may show an TCP/IP error which would mean removing all the networking in win98 and reloading it again. Including uninstalling and re-installing the verizon software.

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