Connection Icon disappeared from Network and Dial-up Connections

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greekhumor

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I have a problem that has happened to me several times already:
I have lost the lan connection icon for the network connection from Network and Dial-up Connections. The last 2 times that this happened I had to reinstall Windows 2000. Should I upgrade to linux instead this time?
Anyone can help?
 

greekhumor

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Well thanks, this maybe was the solution but I couldn't wait, I upgraded to Windows XP and everything works fine now.
After all Windows XP is actually win 2000 with bugfixes, or I should rather say, they are what win2000 SHOULD have been.

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locate telephony and choose automatic start option.
You can find telephony service by going



start> control panel > performance and maintenance > administrative tools > services > telephony
 
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