This week, I picked up a cute little NEC Versa V/75 laptop at Goodwill for $12.62. It is a 486/75MHz with a 512 Mb HHD, 8Mb RAM, 3.5 floppy (no CD-ROM), running Win95, with a 9.5 in. diag TFT screen. When I first fired it up, it wouldn't boot, but would only go to the setup utility. I put in a new CMOS battery, made a boot disk from a another PC running 95, and got the sucker to boot up and run ok. The PCMCIA modem works fine, but the darn thing does not have a browser of any kind. Apparently, the previous owner only used it to access the company LAN for work, or deleted any browser he may have had which doesn't seem likely since he left a lot of other useless junk on the HD. The problem I have is the unit does not have a browser at all., and without a browser or a CD drive, how can I get a browser on 3.5 floppies to get online to download an up-to-date browser? Going through my old floppies, all I could find was an old set of Mindspring (my original ISP, now Earthlink) 3.5 setup disks, and an ancient (1995) C|Net/Spry set-up disk. I checked the Spry website, and apparently they no longer offer ISP services for dial-up accounts. Any ideas?