Dial-up networking missing from Network machine

  dm123 12:44 04 Jul 05

My friend just purchased a second-hand PC from his workplace. It's only ever been used on a network, so I've installed a 56K PCI modem for him. Problem is, the IT department appear to have completely removed dialup networking from this machine. Going into Add/Remove programs and clicking on the Windows Setup tab lists nothing - no communciations, accessibility or internet options to install or uninstall. This is obviously why the option to switch from a LAN to a dialup setting in the Internet Options/Connections in IE is greyed out. I downloaded dun14-98.exe from the Microsoft website and it said that it had installed, but to no avail. The machine runs Win98 and the only CD-ROM I have is Win98SE - it won't let me restore the settings from that.

Any ideas how I can fix this issue? Thanks

  De Marcus 12:48 04 Jul 05
  dm123 12:54 04 Jul 05

Thanks, but as mentioned previously, clicking on the Windows Setup tab in Add/Remove displays a blank box - there is no Communications option to choose.

  dm123 13:06 04 Jul 05

that the Dial-up networking icon doesn't appear in 'My Computer'

  De Marcus 13:09 04 Jul 05

Sorry, should have read your post properly :-(

  dm123 14:51 04 Jul 05

no worries

  dm123 11:16 08 Jul 05

will I be able to reinstall Dial-up networking, or will I have to do a complete reinstall of Windows?

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