Windows has lots of annoyances. Apparently the designers didn’t take into account the vast amount of popups. User account control, Windows updates and even dnserrordiagoff_webOC popups are annoying Windows users. In this article you will learn to switch it off and how to clean and tweak your PC so that you won’t get this kind of annoyances.

So what causes the “dnserrordiagoff_webOC”-message to popup every time you start Windows Vista? Well, the truth is that there are many causes. The most likely cause is the windows sidebar. When you start up your computer, internet connection might have not been fully established yet. If gadget on the sidebar try to connect to the internet by now, the will throw the “dnserrordiagoff_webOC.”

So how can you disable it? Well, you can disable the sidebar from starting when windows boots. This can easily be configured at the Windows Sidebar Context menu. However, if you like the side bar and it’s functionality it is not required to prevent windows side bar from starting.

You can also fix this by changing your internet setting, so that it establishes a connection faster. Set the internet connection that you use to be the default connection.

The default connection should load before you logon. If that didn’t fix your problem you can also try to see which gadget is causing the problem. Try disabling them one by one until you don’t get the “dnserrordiagoff_webOC” popup anymore.

This is a manually fix for the problem. The truth is that windows is so complex that you shouldn’t be tampering with it. You should run a system optimizer that has the time and money to always ensure a safe fix. By now, you should know that manually changing system settings or files will result in a corrupted system sooner or later.