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Firefox vs Network and Dialup connections
FF is driving me potty
kaled




msg:1589272
 1:44 pm on Aug 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

Whenever I open Firefox (under Windows) About 20 seconds after the homepage opens (google.com) an error box is displayed. That I can live with, but sometimes if there is a network problem, a site can generate dozens of repeated error messages.

The error box is titled "Network and Dial-up connections".
The messages is something like "Error 623: The system cannot find the phone-book entry for ..."
I'm using Windows 2000.

Is there something in about:config that I can change to avoid this problem?

Thanks,

Kaled.

 

encyclo




msg:1589273
 2:31 pm on Aug 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

Is it the same thing as this [archive.netbsd.se]?

It looks like a Windows error rather than a Firefox one - the solution given in the link is a registry edit.

kaled




msg:1589274
 8:09 pm on Aug 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

I have a broadband connection so the cause is not the same, neverthless, this is an interesting clue - I may be able to figure it out.

Thanks,

Kaled.

kaled




msg:1589275
 11:05 am on Aug 5, 2004 (gmt 0)

Yep, I've fixed it now.

IE¦Properties¦Connections - NEVER DIAL seems to work.

Kaled.

<added>
setting about:config¦network.autodial-helper.enabled=false also seems to work.
</added>

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