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I am having the same slow boot isue as in your post and I was wondering if you ever found a solution? Corrently my only solutoin is to disconnect all network connections until the machine boots and then turn on the network connections. I don't like this solution and was wondering if a better one was ever found?

Thank you, Brian

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closed as not a real question by jscott, splattne Sep 30 '11 at 11:13

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Who are you talking to Brian? – xofer Sep 29 '11 at 15:57
Dear Brian, thank you for your letter. We have no idea what post you're referring to. Please provide details as to your exact problem. Say hello to your Mother for us. Sincerely, SF. – joeqwerty Sep 29 '11 at 15:58
yes a better solution would be to run atari's GEM operating system that should solve your problem. – tony roth Sep 29 '11 at 16:31

A domain machine will always look for its domain during log in if it has a network connection. This is by design and unavoidable.

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