Click the "Start" button, choose "Settings|Control Panel"
From the Control Panel, double-click the "Network" icon. The Network configuration window will show a number of items. Note in the picture below how it looks if TCP/IP is loaded. (The line may also have other details listed after the word "TCP/IP" - that's OK).
How do I install TCP/IP if it is not?
To Add the TCP/IP component, click the "Install" button.
Next double-click "Protocol" and click the "Add" button.
In the "Select Network Protocol"window, choose "Microsoft" in the Manufacturer's list, then double-click TCP/IP in the box on the right. This should bring you back to the Network control panel, and TCP/IP should be listed in the component box.
How do I configure TCP/IP?
While still in the Network control panel, double-click TCP/IP in the components list.
In the Advanced TCP/IP Settings window, click the DNS Configuration tab.
Choose Enable DNS.
Click OK to continue. Then Click OK from the Network control panel.
Depending on your system configuration, you may be prompted for your Windows 95/98 installation CD. Many newer systems have the Windows 95/98 installation files available on the hard drive (so you don't need your CD every time you make a change). Check your system documentation.
You will be prompted to restart your computer. Click Yes.
Your computer's TCP/IP settings are now ready for Internet Access.
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