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Forever Connected 

 Version 2.6

Platforms: Win 95 & 98

License : Open Source

Size: 78K (download)

Forever Connected Support

If you need help using Forever Connected,  you should consider looking at the manual (included with the product download, but also available online).  At this time, since FC is open source, we do not provide any technical support for this product.

FAQ

 

 FC does not start dialing when I open it (and I told it my ISP name)

This means your OS is not supported by Forever Connected. At this time, NT4 and Win2K are not supported.   As of version 2.5, however, Windows 98 Second Edition is supported, so be sure you have the most recent version.

 

Does Forever Connected work with AOL?

Forever Connected requires that you connect to the internet using Microsoft's Dial Up Networking. AOL, at least by default, uses their own dialer, which FC cannot control. If you can figure out how to connect to AOL using MS-DUN, it should work fine with FC, but so far nobody has volunteered that there is a way to do that, and explained exactly what you must do to make it work.  If anybody would like to enlighten us...

 

If I set FC to auto load on startup the connect to ISP applet remains after my connection is established.

You need to increase the "Delay Between Steps" value. The correct value will depend on your machine and modem; just increase the value by 1 or 2 until the problem is resolved.

 

How do I uninstall Forever Connected?

Forever Connected is written to stay within in its own directory and not use the registry; so to remove it from your computer, just delete the directory in which it resides.  Of course, if you downloaded the new version with the automated installer, you can also run the uninstaller, though deleting the Forever Connected directory is still all that's required.


 


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