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WIN 95 DIAL UP

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Which files (exe,dll etc) are needed for a full working dial up.
I receeved a message "missing icmp.dll", the dial up doesnt work annymore.
On a second computer the dial up works,but i couldnt find this dll on that machine.
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You will have to install dial up networking again, just adding files will not work. Click on
Start, Settings, Control Panel, Add, Remove Programs icon to open the Add/Remove Programs dialog box.Click on the windows setup tab. Click on communications
Then click on Add. If they are already added you will need to remove them and then add them again. You will probably need your 95 CD for this operation.

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