Open up Control Panel and double-click Network. Highlight Dial-Up Adapter and click Properties. Select the Bindings tab and, in the list box, uncheck everything except TCP/IP -> Dial-Up Adapter. Click OK, and click OK on the Network Properties box. Reboot for the new settings to take effect.(...)You're not the only one who's unsatisfied with modem speeds. Some folks have gone so far as to write programs designed to get the absolute most out of analog modems. Some of the best include High Mountain Software's iSpeed, which is ideal for Windows 95 users (the latest version, v.2.80 Beta 3, is available at High Mountain's site); Patterson Designs' TweakDUN, an award-winning Dial-Up Networking tweaker; and Montana Software's SpeedTec, an optimizer that thoroughly examines your registry for possible tweaks. Use these programs at your own risk, and, more importantly, don't expect miracles!Ach, kabel is ook niet alles .