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does anyone have netcfg.hlp and netcfg.chm on their computers?


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luvpats

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I cannot find the netcfg.hlp and the netcfg.chm on my computer nor on the installation disk. If anyone has these two files on their computer and can send me a copy of each I would appreciate the efforts. I apparently need both to run dial up correctly. I am running Windows XP SP3 IE8.

Thank you for the assistance.
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Those are just help files and you should not need them to dial up correctly.
A little search on Google may bring up some results for these files :

Edited by Rorschach112, 17 February 2010 - 04:33 AM.
removed possibly unsafe link

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I agree with TheBug that those two files probably won't help, but, if you insist on trying:

http://www.SpywareDr...s/xp_netcfg.zip (620KB - 635,221 bytes)

Contents:
  • netcfg.chm - 08/24/2004 04:00 AM - 535,789 bytes
  • netcfg.hlp - 08/24/2004 04:00 AM - 281,595 bytes

    Extract both files into your "C:\Windows\HELP" folder.
Note: These are off of one of my systems running Windows XP Professional with ALL available Microsoft Windows Updates applied.
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Thank you so much for all the help. Actually the two files did have an effect on my connection. So I installed them into my help folder.

Thank you again. I appreciate the assistance very much.
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You're more than welcome. Thanks for letting us know the problem's been resolved. :)
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Can you please send me those files again, may be there is a problem with them. because I missed my XP netcfg.hlp

Thaks
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Can you please send me those files again, may be there is a problem with them. because I missed my XP netcfg.hlp

Thaks

"Again"? I haven't "sent" the "xp_netcfg.zip" file to anyone.

You can still download it if you like by simply clicking the link in my post #3 above.
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But this file is not complete :D ;)
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Try it again.

(It's working here).
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