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There were no dialup networking tcp/ip profiles found in your registry.
Please make sure your dial up adapter is configured to use tcp/ip

I get this message when I attempt to run ispeed for windows
Can you tell me what this means & what can I do to make sure my dial up adapter is configured
this the read me
iSpeed for Windows 95/98 and NT 4.0
Version 2.7.3
Copyright © 1997-1998, High Mountain Software
Freeware Release

- Windows 95, 98 or NT SP3
- Windows Sockets v2.0+ (Included with Windows 98 and NT SP3.
For Windows 95, you'll need to have the Windows Sockets 2.0
update. This is a free download from Microsoft. See the
iSpeed help file for more details or the online iSpeed FAQ
at http://www.hms.com/ispeed_faq.htm)
- Internet connection

iSpeed is a utility that will help to optimize your networking
connections - both ethernet and modem (dialup networking). It does
this by manipulating the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU), Maximum
Segment Size (MSS), Receive Window (RWIN), Time To Live (TTL), MTU
Auto Discovert, Black Hole detection and NDI Cachesize. These items
are relatively undocumented by Microsoft, and fine tuning them can
have a dramatic effect on your throughput (both positive and negative).

PLEASE read the help file included with iSpeed as well as to visit
our web site (URL is above) to view the online FAQ. While we do
appreciate your comments (and do encourage them), we have a limited
amount of time for supporting iSpeed as a freeware product, and do
wish to continue development on other projects (such as SpamEater
and sMail). However, if you do have a problem that is not answered
in the help file or online FAQ, please don't hesitate to send email
to support@hms.com with as detailed as possible explanation of the
problem you are having, and if possible, the steps necessary to
take to reproduce the problem. Please provide the exact wording of
any error messages you might be seeing. You cooperation and patience
is greatly appreciated.

Use this program at your own risk. High Mountain Software will not
be liable for any damage done. That said, this program is safe to
use and you can easily reset everything to the defaults as provided
by Microsoft. Note too, that anytime you make changes to the registry,
you run the risk of making your system unbootable. It is always wise
to make sure your Emergency Recovery Disk is up to date, and to backup
your registry files before making any changes to your registry. Please
see your system documentation for information regarding the making of
an emergency disk and backing up your registry files.

Please email your comments and suggestions to support@hms.com. You can
always find the latest version of this and other High Mtn Software
applications on our web site at http://www.hms.com.



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You are currently using dial-up, is that correct? If you are, then TCP/IP should already be installed in order for you to be able to get online. What iSpeed is trying to do is modify some entries in your registry, and it is not finding the registry keys that it needs. I'm not sure why it isn't finding them, but have you checked the Help with the software or on the vendor's website? You can also see that TCP/IP is installed by going to your network connections and looking at the properties of your dial-up connection. If you can't seem to get this program working, you might try a different piece of software. There are many programs available that will make the same changes for you. I'll post links to some later if you'd like.

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