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Installing Dial-Up Networking without reinstalling Win95

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I would like to install Dial-Up Networking on my machine. Is there any way to accomplish this without having to reinstall Windows 95?
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go into add/remove--> windows setup --> communications and add dial up networking. then added tcp/ip in the network control panel (for internet access).  that's it
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I feel like slapping my forehead and saying "D'oh!" It was right under my nose the whole time. Thanks! Here's 200 points for you.
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