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Thread: Windows XP dialup problem




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    Please help, I have a problem with the networking connection on Windows XP.

    When I double click a network connection to dial up to the internet, the dial up screen doesn't open. (All other programs like MS Word, excel, internet explorer etc. open when I double click on them)

    Then, when I try to shut down the computer, the computer is sort of frozen, and I get a message that says "btnhnd.exe" is attempting to end. But, after trying, the computer can't close this program. So I end it manually, and the computer shuts down.

    I restart the computer, and try to double click on my dialup connection once again, and I have the same problems.

    Please help

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    Try deleting and recreating the connection.
    My Box:
    Intel Pentium 4 2.4C @ 2.7
    DFI 875P Lanparty
    512Mb Geil PC3500 Dual Channel (Cas 2-6-3-3 @450MHz DDR)
    Leadtek A280 Geforce4 4200 MyVIVO
    Audigy DE
    1 x 73Gb Seagate fibre channel 10krpm (boot drive) with LSI HBA
    1x80Gig Seagate Barracuda ATA V
    1x120Gig Western Digital 8mb cache
    Spiffy Antec Super Lanboy (LED fan and UV light)

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    Try uninstalling and reinstalling dialup networking.:cheers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickRock
    Try uninstalling and reinstalling dialup networking.:cheers:
    Dunno if you can do that on XP......
    My Box:
    Intel Pentium 4 2.4C @ 2.7
    DFI 875P Lanparty
    512Mb Geil PC3500 Dual Channel (Cas 2-6-3-3 @450MHz DDR)
    Leadtek A280 Geforce4 4200 MyVIVO
    Audigy DE
    1 x 73Gb Seagate fibre channel 10krpm (boot drive) with LSI HBA
    1x80Gig Seagate Barracuda ATA V
    1x120Gig Western Digital 8mb cache
    Spiffy Antec Super Lanboy (LED fan and UV light)

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