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Matt Magurany wrote: > Tony, > > Weirdest thing... The winsockxpfix didn't work and I tried restarting > with the service set to manual start, and it still did the same thing. > So, I went on the assumption that another service was interfering and > stopped each service one by one until cvsservice.exe startup up normally. > > Well, brute force worked and I found that if I stop DHCP client service, > turn on the CVS services, everything works just fine. Is your DHCP server misbehaving? DHCP shouldn't take more than a second to start up. > Any idea why it does this? Should I submit a bug? There isn't much I can do about it... it sounds like a DHCP error (which would make sense as it would lock out the networking until it was complete). Tony