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I'm trying to hook up a second-hand G4, but am having trouble getting online. The dial up connection is going through, but keeps saying authentication failed and some other application is changing the settings. The G4 has some applications on it from the previous owner. Anyone know any applications that would override a dial up connection? TIA, I'm stumped by this one!
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