So, this is probably really simple, but I am several thousand miles away from the computer I'm trying to fix. I recently switched to a new OSX powerbook, and gave my old OS9 powerbook to my mother, and then left the country to study for the year. She is now unable to connect to the internet, and I'm hoping someone either has an OS9 system or remembers how it works well enough to tell me where she should be going. The OS is 9.2, and it's a Powerbook G3 from Spring of 2000. She is using Earthlink to connect, and she is still on dial-up. Although it had been working for several months, her computer will no longer connect to the internet. As far as I could tell, her numbers are still set up correctly, AppleTalk is active (but set to Remote Only?), and she has a phone line connected, etc. One thing that seems wrong is that, in Control Panels>Modem it says "Connect Via: Modem (IR Port)". As far as I am aware, she shouldn't be using Infrared. She tells me that the Infrared Port in Extensions Manager is turned off. I wasn't able to figure out how to change the connecting via the IR Port over the phone. Looking online, it tells me that OS9 should be able to change this under Control Panels>Modem, but there is no drop-down menu next to "Connect Via..." for her to choose from. If anyone could give help and is still familiar with the OS9 system I would really appreciate it. Even suggestions of where to look or names of the various internet/connection related control panels for OS9 (so I can figure out where to look) would be wonderful. Thank you!