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Posted on 1998-12-07
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while using nuts&bolts i ran a test on my system and got this[the file association for the file type ".dun" is invalid c:\windows\Rundll32.exe RNAUI.dll,RnaRunImport1%] now how  do i fix this cuz the day b4 i got  a runtime dll error and this thing must have been the reason why
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by:Patricia Siu-Lai Ho
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Please check with the nuts & bolts web-site. For the time being, version for win95 is not compatible with win98. Newest wait and see.
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Be more specific which test did you run? was it for the Modem connection? or something elsE?
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The .DUN files are the Dial Up Networking files for Windows, this just means you don't have it installed or configured, but do have some of the defualt connections on your machine from a previous installation, and some still must reside in the registry as well.  I would say clean them from your registry or reinstall Dial Up Networking.
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by:citizen
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exactly where can i download dial up networking for windows 98 and what version would it be if i decide to re-installit and i dont have the win98 istallation cd
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by:Patricia Siu-Lai Ho
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To citizen,
if you dont hv win98 CDrom,how u install the win98 in yr PC? Pslh
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