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The most current versions of the AT&T software are accessible from your AT&T Yahoo portal page along with Tutorials.

To access the AT&T Yahoo Software Center. Log into your AT&T Yahoo portal page,
use the "More" link on the right side of your portal page or use the Member Center link..... on the Member Center page look for the "Get AT&T Yahoo! Software" link it will open the AT&T Yahoo Software Center page.
The AT&T Yahoo! Uninstall Manager will be installed with any software and can be found in the Program folder

Example of Software Installer
Example of Program Folder
Example of Uninstall Manager





The instructions below can be used with the older software from CD
Version 3.13-000-ACSX and below that did not include a uninstall program
Uninstall all programs in this order.

For computers running versions of Windows prior to XP:
SBC Yahoo! Internet Mail
SBC Yahoo! Messenger
SBC Yahoo! Parental Controls
Yahoo! Companion
Yahoo! Login
Yahoo! Messenger Explorer Bar
SBC Yahoo! Dial (remove only).
SBC Yahoo! DSL Utilities.
SBC Yahoo! DSL.
SBC Connection Manager.
EnterNet 300. (Reboot your computer. Do not uninstall this
if you still want to be able to connect.)
BroadJump Client foundation.

For Computers running Windows XP:
SBC Yahoo! DSL Utilities
SBC Yahoo! Internet Mail
SBC Yahoo! Messenger
SBC Yahoo! Parental Controls
Yahoo! Companion
Yahoo! Login
Yahoo! Messenger Explorer Bar
SBC Yahoo! Dial (remove only).
SBC Yahoo! DSL.
SBC Connection Manager.

If you want to create a new connection to SBC/Yahoo DSL, please do the following:

Users of Windows previous to XP:
Click Start->Programs->Efficient Networks->Enternet 300->Enternet 300. Drag DSL Connection to your desktop. It will look like it didn't take but if you look there is a blue 'e' similar to the Internet Explorer 'e'. Now click Connections->Settings and put a check mark in the first 2 boxes if you want it to connect automatically when you boot up your computer.

Windows XP users:
Click Start->Control Panel. On the left if it says "Switch to Classic View" then click on that. Now open up Network Connections. In here there should be an icon named DSL Connection. If not there should be some kind of icon under the Broadband Section. Right-click on it and choose create shortcut. Say Yes to the error and now on your desktop there should be an icon the says "Shortcut to DSL Connection" or whatever the name of the icon was. This is what will connect you to the internet.

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by Maxo See Profile edited by wayjac See Profile
last modified: 2007-10-13 10:52:58