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Which file stores Windows dial-up settings, eg telephone number for a dial-up connection?
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Chester_M_Ragel earned 10 total points
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Hi!
They are stored in system.dat and user dat files. You can edit them by using regedit.exe program.
First run the regedit program and then in that window click My Computer. In that click HKEY_CURRENT_USER.In that goto PROFILE. You can find what you want.
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So if my DU settings were on a Hard drive which is now my secondary drive, I cannot access them?
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