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Slow dialing and verifying password

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Hope someone can help.  My Supramax 56k v90 dials in to my ISP in 15 seconds on a P133 and takes 5 to 7 seconds to verify my password.  On my new P II 300 Celeron, it takes 29 seconds to dial in and at least one  minute to verify the password.  These times are consistent and done on the same phone line.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Rocky Racoon
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Did you check your setings if you have log on network on your new pc then it will take time to check password .
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jburghardt,

Thanks for the answer.  However, since the time that I posed the question I have, in fact, solved the problem with the help of my ISP.  It went all the way to their second level tech's but here it is.  There was a script running that slowed the login process.  Logon to network was one of the things that the ISP tech asked me to check. So, you are right, but, not for this situation.  Thanks for responding.

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