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Below are instructions on how to set up your ISP Doctor connection if your computer is running Windows XP. Please print this page and keep it in a safe place - if you ever lose the connection on your machine this page will get you back online in minutes!

Creating the connection: Windows XP
Firstly, go to the 'Start' menu:

  Click on 'Control Panel'
  If it says 'Switch to Classic View' in the top left hand corner, click it.
  Double-click on 'Internet Options'
  Click on 'Connections'
  Click 'Setup'

This should load the Internet Connection Wizard. When the window appears:

  Put a dot next to 'Connect to the Internet' and click 'Next'
  Put a dot next to 'Set up my connection manually' and click 'Next'
  Put a dot next to 'Connect using a dial-up modem' and click 'Next'
  Type the phone number in the field - 0198331627 - without any spaces or punctuation. Click 'Next'
  Type 'ISPDR' in the Connection Name field. Click 'Next'
  Type your username and password in the spaces provided.
  Click 'Next'
  Click 'Finish'

The last step is to tell the PC to prompt for a connection when you want to surf the web / check email etc.

  You should still be in Control Panel. Double-click Internet Options
  Click on 'Connections'
  In the centre of the screen, put the dot in 'Always Dial My Default Connection'
  Click 'OK'

Your connection has been created!
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