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01-09-1998, 05:55 PM
windows95plus! CD has a dial up server, which enables remote dial-in to a computer running win95. However this only for a one to one connection. The details on how to set up this dial up network are quite obscure. My question is; 'what are the necessary steps involved to set up the remote dial-in using this dial-up server for win95?'

zcc
26-07-2008, 09:29 AM
This is the oldest thread I could find.
Does it remind you of a previous generation?
Always hated win 95.

SurferJoe46
26-07-2008, 09:48 AM
windows95plus! CD has a dial up server, which enables remote dial-in to a computer running win95. However this only for a one to one connection. The details on how to set up this dial up network are quite obscure. My question is; 'what are the necessary steps involved to set up the remote dial-in using this dial-up server for win95?'

Instructions for Windows 95 Dial-Up Server activation

Note: 1) Chop a full day's supply of firewood, if in season
Note: 2) Preheat keyboard by placement close to - but not TOO close to - fire or hearth. The "mouse" has not been invented yet.
Note: 3) Have on hand several bottles of whiskey
Note: 4) Remove dead dinosaur carcass from work area
Note: 5) Initiate summoning up the hamster(s) to run on the generator wheel: turn on monochrome monitor
Note: 6) When screen finally fades into view, access computer with the following code typed onto the green raster display:


10 FOR I = 0 TO 23
12 READ A
14 POKE I+49152,A
16 NEXT I
18 DATA 162, 000, 142, 032, 200, 232, 160, 000, 200
20 DATA 192, 035, 208, 251, 032, 228, 255, 201, 000
22 DATA 208, 002, 076, 192, 096
24 SYS 49152

Note: 7) When screen returns from blinking, type in the following code:


10 poke 2040,13
20 for i=0 to 62:read a:poke 832+i,a:next i
30 poke 53287,1
40 poke 53269,1
50 poke 53248,160
60 poke 53249,100
70 poke 53264,0
200 data1,255,192
210 data7,0,96
220 data12,0,48
230 data8,0,28
240 data24,0,4
250 data16,34,6
260 data32,0,2
270 data32,0,2
280 data32,0,2
290 data32,0,2
300 data32,4,2
310 data35,0,68
320 data49,129,132
330 data24,254,8
340 data8,0,24
350 data4,0,48
360 data3,0,96
370 data1,128,192
380 data0,249,128
390 data0,7,0
400 data0,0,0

You're now ready to enter the World Wide Web.

Ahhhh! The good ol' days!

zcc
26-07-2008, 10:06 AM
Instructions for Windows 95 Dial-Up Server activation

Note: 1) Chop a full day's supply of firewood, if in season
Note: 2) Preheat keyboard by placement close to - but not TOO close to - fire or hearth. The "mouse" has not been invented yet.
Note: 3) Have on hand several bottles of whiskey
Note: 4) Remove dead dinosaur carcass from work area
Note: 5) Initiate summoning up the hamster(s) to run on the generator wheel: turn on monochrome monitor
Note: 6) When screen finally fades into view, access computer with the following code typed onto the green raster display:


Well you were 99% right.
But Whiskey should be Whisky!

Bantu
26-07-2008, 10:50 AM
This is the oldest thread I could find.
Does it remind you of a previous generation?
Always hated win 95.

I was on the Windows 95 beta test team, I had almost a year of free MSN connection at that stage and used to have to DL the updates via a 14400 modem on dialup. It was great compared to old Win3.1 and Win3.1WFWG. No more hassling with Chameleon and Trumpet Winsock after Win95 got going.

Telnetting into ICONZ when they were in based in Airedale Street with one of the roughest offices (if you could call it an office) I have ever visited, and connecting to text based search engines like Veronica and Archie and News server and email all text based.

We have come a long way since the WWW in 1994.

linw
26-07-2008, 04:13 PM
Nice one, Joe!

ZCC, he may like the Irish sort.