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    booth sequence on start up PC

    Hi i am new in this lounge (win2000)

    I have this prob:
    I have in auto booth:

    Antivirus
    Anti spyware
    anti adware
    and other prg
    ecc...

    Many of this programm found if is present a live update (definition virus file, definition adware/spyware ec...) i have see my connection is the last event on start PC and naturally the prg in Autoupdate go in erorr....
    Is possible to define the start sequence of my prog and define the connctio start for first?
    Sorry for my english but i give you an idea of my problem.
    Tks all, Sal


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    Re: booth sequence on start up PC

    What is your internet connection, Sal - dialup, DSL or cable?

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    Re: booth sequence on start up PC

    Hi, bigaldoc
    my conn is ADSL.
    Sal

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    Re: booth sequence on start up PC

    Let's see what we can figure out, Sal. First you said you're new to the Win2000 forum but you have posted here before, so I'm wondering about THIS machine. Is it a new setup or has it been working OK before now, in other words has something changed? I also don't know how ISPs in Italy work, but here in the USA, if you are connected by ADSL you are (usually) ALWAYS online and there should be no failures of software to connect to the internet. Does your ISP require you to logon every time you start the computer? If not, the next thing we need to check is in Control Panel, Internet Options to see what your settings are. Please see the attachment - is your OS set to "never dial" and in the LAN settings screen, "automatic detect?"
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