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Microsoft dialup cibnnection

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by sunrise1002, Jul 14, 2006.

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  1. sunrise1002

    sunrise1002 Thread Starter

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    I have windowxp and I have two dialup connections. Microsoft and my ISP dialup connecton, my question is Microsoft dialup connection always pop up aafter bootup. How do I prevent this icon from popingup at boot time?
     
  2. etaf

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    do any programs auto start like Emaill Outlook express or IE
    have a look in
    start>
    Programs>
    startup>
    any thing there

    OR we will need to go through start up here
    Start>
    RUN>
    CMD>
    msconfig
    startup tab

    I'll see what the name may be
    EDIT

    any more info on the dial up

    You maybe able to delete it from my network connections but that may produce an error in the future each time you boot
     
  3. sunrise1002

    sunrise1002 Thread Starter

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    I have checked all of the settings that you have suggested. I thought I had a solution but it does lock up the dialup connection.

    I clicked start/run/msconfig and service. I disables the apps. shown but I cannot double click copper.net dialup connection. It is true that Microsoft dialup didn't popup. This not the solution. I enabled all apps.

    Start/programs/startup, I only have callware as startup.

    About a month ago, I had this same problem and somewhere, I unchecked dialup and now it started to popup.
     
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