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Win98SE DUN issue

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by M.a.R, Jan 22, 2002.

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  1. M.a.R

    M.a.R Thread Starter

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    OK, I can't figure this one out. I have a Win98SE machine here that physically dials up and connects to the server, but won't surf anywhere. I can ping any IP just fine, but no domain names (unknown host). All of the ISP settings are correct (including the DNS) and it's not an ISP issue because any other machine works fine. I've tried adding/removing all network protocols and DUN, upgrading to DUN 1.4, changing modems, and reloading wsock32.dll. Anybody have any ideas for me to try?
     
  2. Wisemaster

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    When I receive an e-mail from this person, I get half of the message with out a SCROLL BAR. I notice that when this person sends back to me more then 3 references of the same subject, no scroll bar. I never have this with anyone else. WHY ?? One more thing, I use a Cable Modem PCX 100. The internal modem is Red Owl 56k pci Voice Modem SF-1156IV and is used only for fax. I set the Modem at 9600.
     
  3. $teve

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    check this M.a.R go to control panel, click on modems/advanced,highlight your modem,click the advanced tab......see what your connection speed is set at and make sure its set to the highest rate.
    if no luck here,post back.
     
  4. M.a.R

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    the max speed is set to 115200 already...I tried dropping it to 38400 just for kicks, but that didn't help.
     
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