After Windows XP boots into the desktop, the system will temporarily stagnate for a period of time. At this point, no program will be started. This is because the Windows XP DHCP Client service is assigning an IP address to the network card and the system will temporarily stagnate for a while.
How to solve the problem of slow broadband connection?
192.168.0.1 Password to solve this problem, just in the "Control Panel → Network Connections", right-click "Local Area Connection" icon, and then select Properties, in the pop-up Columns of the General tab of the Properties window (see figure) Select the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" item and click the "Properties" button. In the popup's Properties window, select the Use the following IP address option and enter "192.168.0.1" and "255.255.255.0" in "IP Address" and "Subnet Mask" respectively. ” and finally click OK to exit the settings window.
A lot of monthly users like me definitely have the same problem. Now it's time to solve this troublesome operation. First of all, right click on the neighbor selection property, and then right click on the broadband connection selection. Properties, you can see the broadband connection properties dialog box, select the tab, cancel the check box of the prompt name, password, certificate, etc. Of course, everyone should first set the dial-up connection as a password. Finally, drag the broadband connection shortcut to the startup item of the start menu!
After setting up according to the above method, after you boot, dialing is quick and convenient!
Now, I don't need to manually click on the broadband connection every day when I boot up, and I'm still too impatient for the S card. . . Hey, every day the computer garbage is cleaned up, it can also be set in the startup item, so you can prevent yourself from forgetting and not clean up the system garbage for a long time. . . .