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EL777

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I did buy a laptop windows 95 and I want to run it on cable internet :whistling:
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hi 777 you need windows 98 to run on hight internet
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It is possible if this laptop has onboard ethernet and TCP/IP installed for the connection. You might look around 95 is Alive! for tips, tricks and tweaks.
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hi 777 you need windows 98 to run on hight internet


No you don't.

Any version of Windows as long as it's Windows for Workgroups 3.1 or later will be able to go online. It's only Windows 98 or later that you can plug in and go - for Win95 you have to add the extra components manually.
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It is possible if this laptop has onboard ethernet and TCP/IP installed for the connection. You might look around 95 is Alive! for tips, tricks and tweaks.


thanks silverbeard
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hi 777 you need windows 98 to run on hight internet


No you don't.

Any version of Windows as long as it's Windows for Workgroups 3.1 or later will be able to go online. It's only Windows 98 or later that you can plug in and go - for Win95 you have to add the extra components manually.


sorry for said that I just hear that from a guy that work on circuitcity I did think that Idid not have help Ihave a95 windows laptop myself
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