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No buffer space available #30293 16/06/03 06:56 PM
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Ok when i try to connect to a random east gamesnet server I get this error every time,

" * Unable to connect (No buffer space available)"
can someone please help me out with this problem it would be appreciated.

Re: No buffer space available #30294 17/06/03 01:06 AM
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Wrote this a long time ago, should solve your problem http://web.ircsystems.net/codemastr/bufspace.html

Re: No buffer space available #30295 17/06/03 08:45 AM
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Very nice codemastr ! smile
Think this link need to add at the Common IRC Errors topic or Unable to Connect .. Because this error appear often at least in Windows 9x ..


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Re: No buffer space available #30296 17/06/03 05:03 PM
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I'd agree, but why should the moderators waste their time? Seeing as how no one is gonna read it anyway...

Re: No buffer space available #30297 05/04/04 07:37 AM
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So was the value supposed to stay hexidecimal or switched to decimal? I assume hex since it didn't say switch in the page text.

Re: No buffer space available #30298 17/04/04 06:38 PM
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hello"

Re: No buffer space available #30299 17/04/04 07:07 PM
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Hi piru_girl,

This is a forum that gives help to mIRC users for various issues. It's also a place to report bugs and suggest features etc. It's not a place to continually post pointless posts (you posted somewhere else "this is nice xD" for no reason, and now here you've posted "hello"" for no reason.

You should only reply if you have something constructive to say to save the rest of us thinking there's a new post when really it's just you saying...nothing.

Regards,


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