Win 98: How do I get "Dial Up Adapter" back
Posted on 2001-08-17
During some system troubleshooting I removed "Dial Up Adapter" as one of the items in the Network|Configuration tab screen. (I mostly use the direct network connection through my 3Com 10/100 EN card). I was able to reinstall the network card and it's protocols, but I'm not sure how to install the "Dial Up Adapter". I selected "Add" and "Adapters" but it does not appear in the list. Thus, the bottom line is:
1.)What is the procedure for reinstalling the "Dial Up Adapter" so it shows in the Network Configuration List
2.) Once I have this second item, Dial Up Adapter, in the list, then I can bind the protocols to it, correct? Right now, there is only the EN card adapter listed, thus the protocols, eg. TCP/IP, is not appearing "bound" to the NIC but is listed under the NIC in the Network|Configuration screen. I guess if there is only one adapter it just automatically assumes it's bound to it, even though it doesn't show the little "bound" arrow.
Thanks; I appreciate your help