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Modem problem with Win95 OSR2

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When I use DUN to connect to the internet and I get 3 unsuccessful dial attempts (e.g line busy), my modem refuses to dial out again until I reboot my machine! Is there some hidden setting somewhere which is causing this?
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Go to control panel / modem / properties / advanced / connection settings (I think) and ensure that "required to connect" is NOT checked
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