DancinJack wrote:Well, here is what I did. Uninstalled old drivers. Installed new ones, no luck. Tried most recent drivers from Gigabyte and Realtek and that didn't work. Then right after that, my NIC continued to stay stagnant as "network cable unplugged" for about an hour worth of me trouble shooting. I tried band new cables for both the modem and router, still no luck. I took apart the main parts of my pc, unplugged all the cables, cleared the cmos and discharged the caps. I then proceded to install the driver from the Installation cd from which I got with my mobo from Gigabyte. It halted at "installing driver.' (Which I had done perviously in the night) I restarted my computer and seriously eveything is working fine now. Anyone have any idea what would have caused an issue like this. I don't have any other OS's installed on this drive. I haven't added any new significant software, aside from an update to chrome. Just couldn't figure it out. If anyone else has come across this problem and found a solution without spending any bones, i'd love to hear what you had to go through. Thanks for all the help everyone and i'm glad i finally have my netz back.
Krogoth wrote:Meadows = TR's residential Troll.
Anyway, the OP's problem seems to be either hardware or software. I am not going to repeat what others have mentioned. I have seen my fair share of funky network issues. It doesn't hurt to explore all avenues to determine the issue at hand.
Shining Arcanine wrote:Krogoth wrote:Meadows = TR's residential Troll.
That is an ad hominem attack.
LinuxJoeIII wrote: No i have the problem at home. I click on the "network and sharing" and view status of local connection, and it says 100mbps, but I look at my 32GB file transfer in process, and it says 10.6Mbps and a long wait til files are all sent.
unkoil wrote:lol, after lurking here for a few years and finally signing up, getting flamed by that Meadows guy...I feel like a regular
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