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Have 56k with an MSN subscription. It hasn't worked correctly for MONTHS so MSN routed me through MSN TEST until I installed an update disc I never did..test worked fine at 50k every day. They had me go through some port change stuff which I did but did NOT understand.
How do I REMOVE the dial up stuff from the computer.
Doubt Verizon or MSN will be as helpful as you guys
Running XP on an old Dell Diemnsion 4500 ( The Old Gray Mare )
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hi :).

Delete Connection:
  • Click on Start >> Control Panel >> Network Connections
  • Locate the connection you wish to remove under Dial-Up
  • Right click on it and select Delete
  • At the prompt confirming do you wish to delete click on Yes
Desktop Dial-up Icon:
  • If present, right click on it and select Delete
  • Double click on the desktop Recycle Bin
  • Locate and click on the Empty the recycle Bin
  • At the prompt select Yes
If you have a email address associated with the Dial-Up account and wish to delete also let myself know which email software using. For example it may be Outlook Express.
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