You can make this change in your registry if you wish to stop XP from placing negative entries into cache.

You can make this change in your registry if you wish to stop XP from placing negative entries into cache.

1. Goto HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ Dnscache\Parameters 2. Build A dword that is new value NegativeCacheTime (the worthiness is instance sensitive and painful) and provide it a value of 0 (this is certainly a ZERO).

Since all three computers are impacted and I also assume all of them are attached to the modem that is same router, i do believe your trouble lies with one of these. (more…)

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