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XP Pro, DNS Issue

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Hello Tech Support ,

For the past several weeks, since I switched to AT&T Yahoo internet, every time I boot-up I get a "DNS INT" message that tells me my "DSN Buffer Length = 1024". What is buffer length and do I care? More inportant - how do I get rid of the message window? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks :whistling:

Edited by looktotheskys, 29 July 2006 - 02:38 PM.

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