Alfreton Town manager Nicky Law signs former Nottingham Forest centre-back Lawrence Gorman on non-contract terms.
Dover sign Connor Essam following his release from Crawley, while Solomon Taiwo and Ricky Miller join on loan from Luton.
Salisbury City are given two weeks to resolve their ongoing financial difficulties and avoid being wound up.
Midfielder Johnny Hunt rejoins Wrexham on loan until January after leaving them for Cambridge United in the summer.
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Kidderminster Harriers sign midfielder Josh O'Keefe from AFC Telford United on a month's loan.
Goals from Lee Cook and John Akinde lift Barnet to the top of the Conference with a comfortable win at Southport.
Halifax lose their 100% record and their place at the top of the Conference after a dramatic 2-1 defeat at Bristol Rovers.
Jamie Chandler's late goal sees Gateshead overturn a one goal deficit to beat Chester in the Conference.
Striker Duane Ofori-Acheampong scores twice as Torquay come from behind to beat 10-man Lincoln in the Conference.
Macclesfield maintain their unbeaten Conference record with victory over high-flying Eastleigh.
Forest Green continue their unbeaten start to the season but can only manage a draw at winless Welling.
Nuneaton finally end their goal drought and claim a first win of the Conference campaign with victory over Altrincham.
Alfreton remain bottom of the Conference and without a league point following a home defeat by Braintree.
Dartford score two second half goals to come from behind and beat Telford.
Brett Williams hits a brace as Aldershot hold on to hand Grimsby their first Conference defeat of the season.
Wrexham's inconsistent home form in 2014 continues as they are undone by two moments of quality by Woking's strikers.
Kidderminster extend their unbeaten start to the Conference season with a win away at Dover.
Torquay United striker Karl Hawley leaves the Conference club after having his contract cancelled by mutual consent.
Macclesfield Town sign Stoke City duo Adam Thomas and Alex Grant on loan until the end of December.
Wrexham could be without midfielder Jay Harris for up to three games because of a hip problem including Saturday's game against Woking.