to Setup Dial-Up Networking for Pacific Online
This will walk you through setting up Dial-Up
Networking to connect to your Pacific Online Internet Account. Use
this if you do not have a CD from Pacific Online, if you have a CD but
do not have a CD drive on your computer, or have been instructed by a
Pacific Online Technician to run through these instructions. If you
have a Pacific Online CD that is the preferable way to setup your
computer to connect to Pacific Online, but is not required.
How to Configure Dial-Up Networking
This shows you how to configure the Windows Dial-Up Networking.
This should only be used if you either did not receive a Setup CD or
are setting up a computer that cannot use the Setup CD; for example if
the computer does not have a CD drive or is having problems reading
How to Change your General Internet Settings
This link explains how to change your start page, default e-mail
program, default web-page editing program, and much more.
Dial-Up Networking Error
NumbersFiles & Updates
This is a list of what each error number refers to. Some of them are fairly self
explanatory while others are more difficult to understand. If you are
unsure of why you are getting one of these error messages or what they mean, please feel
free to contact us. Please be
aware that occasionally your computer will output an error message
that is not accurate to what the problem is, so only use this list as
a guide. Do not rely on error messages you get to be completely
accurate to what the problem is.
Networking Version 1.2
||This update will correct some problems with Internet,
TCP/IP, and Winsock problems and will also add the Multi-Link option found in Windows 98.
Networking Update Version 1.3
||A more recent version
to Dial-up Networking, this update contains more updates and
fixes for your Internet connection, TCP/IP, Winsock, and many
other Internet-related items.
Service Pack 1
service pack will update Windows 95 installations. The
service should fix some bugs with Internet connects and modems.
Do not use this update with Windows 98!
If you need
updates for other software not provided on this page or if you need
software updates for Windows 98 visit Microsoft's Windows Update Web
The Windows Update service is provided free of charge from Microsoft.
* Update * Windows Update is no longer officially
supporting Windows 95 and Windows 98 so Windows Update your Windows
95/98 computer may be inaccessible without at least having Internet
Explorer 5 or 6 on your computer.
Please Note: If you are unsure as to whether or not you are
using Windows 95 or Windows 98 do not install any of these updates as
this can cause serious problems with the operation of your computer,
but instead visit the Windows Update page listed above. Their update
service automatically detects what your operating system is and what
version you have, as well as suggests updates for you to download to
get the best out of Windows 95.