Is this a problem with my setup or my ISP's?
Using Windows 2000 Pro, with a dial-up connection to an ISP and a 56k modem, why would I get the message "Could not connect - No buffer space available (10055). Is this a problem with my setup or my ISP's? It doesn't happen every time, but since I changed to a new 56k modem it's started happening quite a bit.
Thanks for any advice!
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Posted by ricardo of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on April 10, 2003