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Windows 98SE Will Not Connect With DSL

Help I'm ready to throw her computer out! Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? In Windows XP, click the Hardware tab, and then the Device Manager button. Win98 defaults to WORKGROUP, while WinXP defaults to something else (exact name eludes me). Source

I tried FF2 back in the day and didn't like it at all. You should upgrade to IE 6 with the latest patches. I do not have wireless. Here is your quick start guide if you do not have one. Homepage

I have tried everything. Can you just show the IP information for the computer that is working and for the computer that isn't. Do you know how I can get around that ?

  • EDIT: i have also done the following suggested by af3 on another thread here at TSF: Quote: Originally Posted by af3 Step 1: Check for Microsoft Networks & TCP/IP Go to
  • I said that about WinMe probably being better than Win98 because I have found its USB 'tolerance' far superior to Win98SE's, and so extrapolated that to potentially other aspects.
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  • If so, then you have TCP/IP installed.3.
  • It mentions running a diagnostic program if you cannot connect.
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  • if i had said CD i could restore it and i'm pretty sure i'd be able to connect then.

In Windows XP, click Network and Internet Connections, Internet Options and select the Connections tab. So far it is not working.I use my Ethernet cable with my laptop, so it's not that.Is it possible to get my broadband cable to work with Win98?I have a Win98 Report • #15 silverojo February 22, 2009 at 02:06:04 Opera is fantastic for Windows 98 (and all newer versions of Windows, LOL!). Similar Threads - Windows 98SE connect Windows 10 Home "Unable to connect to network"!!!

i have an old IBM ThinkPad 760XD Laptop, with a modem connection and an ethernet connetion, sadly no USB port, otherwise i would be ok. Click the Add button, select Protocol, and then click the Add button. Tick Never dial a connection if you have a modem installed. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/dsl-networking-problem-windows-98se-to-windows-xp-120058/ Are there any devices under Network adapters that have a red x displayed?

Try connecting to the Internet again. displayed? __________________ If TSF has helped you, Tell us about it! This is not necessary in order to use the internet though. I know a speed tweak for FF but you can't use it unless you can adjust the pipelining settings.

I had a hard time getting a Windows 98 computer to connect using wireless until I uninstalled and reinstalled using he add hardware wizard. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/44110-43-unable-connect-windows-98se-internet I used the wayback machine to try and find drivers for this card but unfortunately found none. on the plus side ( for it's time period ) it has a PS/2 input for a mouse. Bob has pointed out another problem, and I can't imagine why you're getting a Default gateway of when the router is at IP address

If you have performed all of the steps in this document and still cannot connect to the Internet using cable or DSL, call the ISP support phone number for assistance. http://roguewb.com/windows-98se/windows-98se-vs-rockwell-modem.html Does it say, "This device is working properly"? Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsWindows 95/98 Broadband w/ Win98? I have not been able to connect to the setup address of I have tried resetting the modem but no change.

If you cannot connect, continue using these steps. Just a note though. Remove the side-case, set the jumpers on the card, and replace the side case. http://roguewb.com/windows-98se/windows-98se-will-not-detect-my-mouse.html Step 2: Add TCP/IP & Client for Microsoft Networks To add Client for Microsoft Networks: Click Add, select Client, then click Add again.

there are a few but do not look liek what i'm after, but here they are any way: Code: [-] Other Devices |- (!)PCI Multimedia Video Device [-] PCMCIA socket |- Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Networking & Wireless forum 3 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions Bob Cerelli, Nov 3, 2004 #15 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies.

You should be able to configure Win98se to work with it.

If the network adapter is plug-and-play compatible, the software should automatically be installed. Reset the cable or DSL hardware using the manufacturer suggestions. Now I'm wondering if I need a update for this to work. Press F10 and Enter to save the settings and exit BIOS setup.

Proffitt Forum moderator / August 15, 2005 5:38 AM PDT In reply to: DSL Networking Problem - Windows 98SE to Windows XP Read the short hit list at http://www.google.com/search?&q=ADSLDPC.DLL+file+is+linked+to+missing+export+NTDLL.DLL%3ARtllnitUnicodeString Flag Permalink After I removed the dial-up adapter in Control Panel's Network, the result of Start; Run; Command; winipcfg is 'Fatal Error' even though the network adapter for PCI Fast Ethernet shows as I looked for updated drivers but found none. Check This Out I think you need to tell us in detail how everything is connected so we can figure out what we're seeing.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? After first removing all modems and network adapters in Device Manager and rebooting, winipcfg is now giving a result.However, the PC 'hangs' when the modem connects.T-R-AThanks for the 'hack'hint' - I'll Report • #10 T-R-A February 8, 2009 at 08:01:12 >>>"I don't believe FF3 supports Win98se.<<

i have done the following mentioned in a few other threads: Quote: IPCONFIG /ALL >c:\ipconfig.txt and here is the results: Quote: Windows 98 IP Configuration Host Name..........: USER DNS Servers.........: Node Basty Report • #9 OtheHill February 8, 2009 at 07:35:04 I don't believe FF3 supports Win98se. if i click on the hardware troubleshooter i get precented with 2 options: - Communications Port (COM1) - IBM Mwave Communications Port (COM3) which come to think of it when the I am trying to connect my Toshiba laptop running win98 to the internet through the modem .

I even bought a new router. For desktop PCs with on-board networking hardware, reset the BIOS: Restart the PC. Check Device Manager again for the presence of the Networks adapters category. The question is, how do you connect to your broadband cable?

Click OK.