Wednesday, July 7, 2010

How to Save User name and Password in dial-up connection using Windows 7?

Start by clicking the Start button found at the lower left-hand corner of your screen (in Windows 7, the start button is a circle with the Windows logo on it). Click on Computer and select Network and Internet on the window that appears.

Select Network and Sharing Center. Once done, click on the Set up a new connection or network option to launch a new window and begin creating a new dial-up connection.

Select the Connect to the Internet icon on the options available and click Next. You will then be asked for the internet connection type you want to setup. Select Dial-up.

Type in the details to connect to a dial-up network. You may need to contact your ISP to acquire this information. You will need to key in the dial-up access number as well as your username and password on the available fields. You will also be asked to specify a connection name (this is good if you have more than one dial-up account configured in your computer).

Connect your computer to an available phone line. Your laptop should have a phone jack slot available. Simply plug in any regular phone line to your computer and the other end on a phone wall jack to prepare it for connection.

Click the Connect button on your computer wait for it to establish a connection. You will hear your computer emit a weird sound (this is called the "handshake") indicating that it is trying to establish a connection with your ISP. Once your computer has established connection, you are now ready to use the computer to jump on the internet superhighway.


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