When the bind checkbox is unchecked, but an adapter name is still in the combo box, and that adapter has been disabled through Windows network connection settings, is mIRC having a hiccup because the adapter can't be seen?

The errors I get are "* Unable to create socket" and "* Unable to resolve server" when toggling the checkbox, until I empty the combo box.

Well. At least I won lunch.
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