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no ppp available on Windows95

Posted on 1998-06-21
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I was given pc with windows 95 installed on it. When I try to set it up for an Internet connection, I notice that I do not have PPP as a selection in  "dial up server type" in dial up networking. The only selctions that are listed are:
cslip and slip. How do i get PPP
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Open up My Computer, open Control Panel, open Networks, click on Add...add PPP
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by:rmarotta
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I think you want TCP/IP.  Try this:
Click Start button> point to Settings> click Control Panel> double-click Network> click Add> select Protocol> select Microsoft and then TCP/IP from the lists.
Click OK and follow the prompts.
Regards,
Ralph

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