Long gone are the times when the connection to the network was a complex and long-term procedure. Today, the Internet is almost everyone, and its configuration and installation has been simplified to the maximum.
Is it easy to configure an automatic Internet connection on your computer in Windows XP? It can even make a novice PC user.
Follow our instructions to create an automatic network connection.
To get started, go to the Start menu and open the Control Panel. Go to the "Network and network connections" section. From the proposed connections, select the PPPoE connection and open its properties.
In the properties of the connection, open the parameters and turn off the checkmark at the item? Request name and password. Click? OK, and then right click on the connection and click? Create shortcut.
Open up on the drive? C in the?Documents and Settings folder? Auto Backup and move the created connection shortcut to it. When you boot the operating system, the Internet connection will automatically turn on.
Also you can open the? Start tab?All programs, then open? Standard, then? ? Service and go to the section? Assigned tasks. Select Add Job and set your shortcut to it on the network connection.
Check the box? When you start the computer, press? Next and? OK. This action will also start your connection every time you start the system.
To ensure uninterrupted communication, reopen the network connections section in the control panel and go to the properties of the created connection.
Open the Options tab and tickOn the item? Call back when the connection is broken. Click? OK to confirm the changes. This will allow the Internet to recover quickly in the event of a connection failure.