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Lost icon for DUN in Win98

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After installing Win98 I no longer have an icon in systray to show the modem is connected. DUN also no long shows in taskbar when it is running. How do I get one or both of these back?
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Right click on your Dial Up Networking connection.
Under the Connect Using section choose Configure.
Click on the Options Tab and Make sure that Show Modem Status is checked.

This should get you back on track.

Craig
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Mine must be set up slightly differently but I did find a place finally to check, under settings,  saying to put an icon in the systray. This has really helped. Thanks!!
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