Well, if IE dials up when it is opened, you could simply drag a URL shortcut into your Startup folder. When the system starts up, it will open IE. If what you say is true, then it will also dial-up and load the page you specified. If this works, you wouldn't need any third party apps.
It does? Even if it did contain a swastika, its not that bad. The nazi's just spoilt what it meant.
"The Swastika" is the oldest cross and emblem in the world. It forms a combination of four "L's" standing for Luck, Light, Love and Life. It has been found in ancient Rome, excavations in Grecian cities, on Buddhist idols, on Chinese coins dated 315 B.C., and our own Southwest Indians use it as an amulet.
Thanks for replies guys.
Yeah, the DSL has to do the dial thing or the connection isn't there. The lights on the modem are both green prior to the dial-up meaning that it's hooked to the DSL, but if the dial-box doesn't run I can't get on.
I looked at RASDIAL but it seemed like a hassle. I'll try a shortcut to the dial-up thing in the StartUp folder.