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Login Box for Dialup exists by every starting WIN98

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Every time I start Win98 the normal login box appears. After 10 seconds waiting, another login box from the Dialup adapter apears.

My question is, how can I stop the second login box. It should appear only if I click to the internet explorer or the network, but not at the start from Win98

Thanks a lot for helping.

My eMail: roland.wandfluh@gmx.net

Best Regards

Roland Wandfluh
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by:dankh
ID: 1644232
HI,

  This doc fits your problem.  Give it a look:

Modem Attempts to Dial When Windows Starts
Last reviewed: August 21, 1998
Article ID: Q175312
 
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q175/3/12.asp
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by:wandflur
ID: 1644233
Thanks. I will check it this evening.
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by:dankh
ID: 1644234
Wan,

  Actually, i might of misread your question.  You get a dialup network box before logon, not after?  If so, my suggestion applies to the after logon.  Please reject the answer.  
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by:dankh
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Wan,

   Wait, i take that back. :)

There are possible solutions to your question in this doc after all.  Please read it before you reject.  :)
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by:varun071898
ID: 1644236
Had you installed Visual InterDev 6.0 March Pre-Release or is it still installed.
In that case it is a known problem. To correct this (in these circumstances), you may have to reinstall or delete and then install Windows 98.
If this solves your problem tell me and I will add this as an answer.
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by:wandflur
ID: 1644237
Is there no Registry key that I can modify ?
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by:wandflur
ID: 1644238
Is there no Registry key that I can modify ?
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varun071898 earned 50 total points
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If you fit that, i.e., I got your problem correctly, you may want to award the
points to me. Also Microsoft in a private E-Mail to the beta testers, has stressed that they may *first* reinstall windows and if that does not work delete everything and then install windows.
I am afraid there is no key you can modify. Atleast Microsoft is
not aware of any because this is the solution they offered to those who had this problem.
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by:wandflur
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The uninstall of Visual Studio 98 helps. After that the dialup login box doesn't appear if I boot win98.

Thanks for the good answer

Roland Wandfluh
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