> Select "WaitToKillServiceTimeout" > Right click on it and select Modify. > Set it a value lower than 2000 (Mine is set to 200). Mine by default is actually set to 20000!!! > Can't connect to computers in your network? > > This may not solve everyone's problem with networking, but this is one way > to fix a problem if you can't connect to users' computer. > 6. Uncheck "Enable network access control using IEEE 802.1X" Mmm, looks like people with wireless LANs might want to watch out if implementing this! > Diskcache plays a very important role in WinXP. However, the default I/O > pagefile setting of XP is conservative, which limits the performance. Some > better values for different RAM are given below. > > 1. run "regedit"; > 2. goto [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session > Manager\Memory Management\IoPageLockLimit]; I don't have this key??? Cheers, Mike.