bthylafh wrote:One thing you can do from the command line:
Open up the command prompt as an administrator
Type the following:
"netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt"
"netsh winsock reset"
You can also try getting the latest NIC driver. If it's a Realtek NIC, get one straight from them and not the motherboard maker. I've had an updated Realtek driver fix just this problem.
Starfalcon wrote:Well figured out the issue, PCI slot I had the card in was damaged, put another card in a different PCI slot worked fine.
Starfalcon wrote:The I proceeded to go through 4 different PCI NICs in different PCI slots.
just brew it! wrote:There could've been some bad NICs in the mix as well, so it could have also been bad luck (depending on which NICs were tried in each slot).
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