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dial out problem

Posted on 1998-10-27
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I've been trying to dial out lately and I'm getting a message about "some other program is dialed out". There is no other program running. What should I look for?

Thanks!

Dave P
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by:bobinmad
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Look for items in startup group.
Before dialing out, do a CTL-ALT-DEL and post what is there.

We can troubleshoot from there.
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by:ryans
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If you look in the task manager, does "rnaapp" exist in the list?
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Try to install another driver for your modem or reinstall the existing one
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