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Old 06-11-2019, 02:01 PM   #1
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Default HP desktop 110-210 and it's slow and keeps disconnecting from the DNS

Hi guys my friend has an HP desktop 110-210 and it's slow and keeps disconnecting from the DNS server when everyone else is connected
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Old 06-11-2019, 02:31 PM   #2
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Default Re: HP desktop 110-210 and it's slow and keeps disconnecting from the DNS

use a live disk and try again - to determine if it's hardware or software
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Default Re: HP desktop 110-210 and it's slow and keeps disconnecting from the DNS

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Hi guys my friend has an HP desktop 110-210 and it's slow and keeps disconnecting from the DNS server when everyone else is connected
DNS is transactional -- you don't "connect" to it for any longer than it takes to issue a query. In most cases, UDP is used as the transport protocol (so, a message fits in a single datagram).

Are you sure you're not thinking about prematurely dropping its DHCP lease? (DHCP is a different protocol and service than DNS)
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