No "Disconnect box"

No "Disconnect box"

Post by Tom Reynold » Mon, 26 Jun 2000 04:00:00



I just did the update to IE 5.01, now when I close it I do not get the
pop-up box asking if I want to "disconnect from the internet".  Am I missing
a setting somewhere? I tried the IE 5 repair tool but that didn't help.
 Us "old" men need to be reminded of everything. <g>
TIA,

Tom Reynolds

Kennewick, WA
    Politicians and diapers have one thing in common.
   They should both be changed regularly, and for the same reason

 
 
 

No "Disconnect box"

Post by Demu » Mon, 26 Jun 2000 04:00:00


First I like your signature!!
Second, Go to Start \ settings \ control panel \ internet options and click
the connections tab. Click on your connection in the "Dial-up Settings" box,
then click settings, advanced and place a check in the box that says "discon
when connection may no longer be needed".
That should do it.

--
**************************
Semper Fi << x )
"Hail to the Redskins!!"


> I just did the update to IE 5.01, now when I close it I do not get the
> pop-up box asking if I want to "disconnect from the internet".  Am I
missing
> a setting somewhere? I tried the IE 5 repair tool but that didn't help.
>  Us "old" men need to be reminded of everything. <g>
> TIA,

> Tom Reynolds

> Kennewick, WA
>     Politicians and diapers have one thing in common.
>    They should both be changed regularly, and for the same reason


 
 
 

No "Disconnect box"

Post by Who Me » Mon, 26 Jun 2000 04:00:00


Tom was right.  Just fixing the settings does not do it if there is a
background program running that does not release the Internet.   He found
Net2phone.  I found Netzip's Download Demon would not release the
connections for the reminder box.


| First I like your signature!!
| Second, Go to Start \ settings \ control panel \ internet options and
click
| the connections tab. Click on your connection in the "Dial-up Settings"
box,
| then click settings, advanced and place a check in the box that says
"discon
| when connection may no longer be needed".
| That should do it.
|
| --
| **************************
| Semper Fi << x )
| "Hail to the Redskins!!"
|
|
|


| > I just did the update to IE 5.01, now when I close it I do not get the
| > pop-up box asking if I want to "disconnect from the internet".  Am I
| missing
| > a setting somewhere? I tried the IE 5 repair tool but that didn't help.
| >  Us "old" men need to be reminded of everything. <g>
| > TIA,
| >
| > Tom Reynolds

| > Kennewick, WA
| >     Politicians and diapers have one thing in common.
| >    They should both be changed regularly, and for the same reason
| >
| >
| >
|
|

 
 
 

No "Disconnect box"

Post by David Kelse » Tue, 27 Jun 2000 04:00:00


When this happened to me, it turned out to be Net2Phone being in the startup
file.  I removed it, and the disconnect box returned.  There may be other
programs having the same effect when loaded during bootup.
David Kelsey


> I just did the update to IE 5.01, now when I close it I do not get the
> pop-up box asking if I want to "disconnect from the internet".  Am I
missing
> a setting somewhere? I tried the IE 5 repair tool but that didn't help.
>  Us "old" men need to be reminded of everything. <g>
> TIA,

> Tom Reynolds

> Kennewick, WA
>     Politicians and diapers have one thing in common.
>    They should both be changed regularly, and for the same reason

 
 
 

No "Disconnect box"

Post by Tom Reynold » Tue, 27 Jun 2000 04:00:00


That box was checked, I unchecked it, shutdown and restarted, then rechecked
it but it didn't help, also checked for anything in the start-up folder and
msconfig but didn't find anything new.
Thanks for the suggestions,
Tom


> First I like your signature!!
> Second, Go to Start \ settings \ control panel \ internet options and
click
> the connections tab. Click on your connection in the "Dial-up Settings"
box,
> then click settings, advanced and place a check in the box that says
"discon
> when connection may no longer be needed".
> That should do it.

> --
> **************************
> Semper Fi << x )
> "Hail to the Redskins!!"



> > I just did the update to IE 5.01, now when I close it I do not get the
> > pop-up box asking if I want to "disconnect from the internet".  Am I
> missing
> > a setting somewhere? I tried the IE 5 repair tool but that didn't help.
> >  Us "old" men need to be reminded of everything. <g>
> > TIA,

> > Tom Reynolds

> > Kennewick, WA
> >     Politicians and diapers have one thing in common.
> >    They should both be changed regularly, and for the same reason

 
 
 

No "Disconnect box"

Post by Tom Reynold » Tue, 27 Jun 2000 04:00:00


I installed IE 5.5  then ran SFC and found a couple of corrupt files,  when
I replaced them,  it started working. [till next time I*it up]
Thanks everyone for the help.
TR

> That box was checked, I unchecked it, shutdown and restarted, then
rechecked
> it but it didn't help, also checked for anything in the start-up folder
and
> msconfig but didn't find anything new.
> Thanks for the suggestions,
> Tom



> > First I like your signature!!
> > Second, Go to Start \ settings \ control panel \ internet options and
> click
> > the connections tab. Click on your connection in the "Dial-up Settings"
> box,
> > then click settings, advanced and place a check in the box that says
> "discon
> > when connection may no longer be needed".
> > That should do it.

> > --
> > **************************
> > Semper Fi << x )
> > "Hail to the Redskins!!"



> > > I just did the update to IE 5.01, now when I close it I do not get the
> > > pop-up box asking if I want to "disconnect from the internet".  Am I
> > missing
> > > a setting somewhere? I tried the IE 5 repair tool but that didn't
help.
> > >  Us "old" men need to be reminded of everything. <g>
> > > TIA,

> > > Tom Reynolds

> > > Kennewick, WA
> > >     Politicians and diapers have one thing in common.
> > >    They should both be changed regularly, and for the same reason

 
 
 

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