Thanks, Freddy. Makes sense. I've been having frequent "lost connections"
to my wireless router. Dell's response is to replace that component this
Code was probably written by Novatel for the MFC library. Flaky hardware
probably generating the code problem.
Thanks again for helping connect the dots.
> I did a little google research, and learned the following, quote:
> Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) libraries is written using the Microsoft
> Visual C++ programming code. Microsoft uses this code to write macros for
> management of Windows messages, exceptions identification, and other such
> uses. MFC has been somewhat eclipsed by other computer languages, especially
> those associated with the .NET Framework, but it is still widely supported
> and used.
> Novatel Wireless, Inc. (NASDAQ: NVTL) is a leading provider of wireless
> broadband access solutions and supplies wireless PC Card Modems and related
> From that information, it seems likely that that error message has to do
> with your wireless card. Just what, exactly, I didn't learn. However, this
> information could provide a basis for progress in identifying a solution.
> "XiUser" wrote:
> > OS: Vista Ultimate
> > Hardware: Dell Latitude D620
> > I get this message ocassionally after I log on. Haven't found any reference
> > on Microsoft web site to this application. No Microsoft solution yet - after
> > 3 months of use. MFC has something to do with time zones and daylight saving.
> > Anybody have an idea what is happening here?