|About 75% of the time when I start my computer my home network does not connect and there is a red cross over the network icon in the task bar. Then if I go into Device Manager and disable the network adapter and then re-enable it, the network will then connect and the Red X mark disappears and the icon starts to flash and I have connected to the network and internet.|
When it has not connected I have tried to use diagnose and repair tool and this says that the network adapter is having driver or hardware problems. The hardware must be ok because it works when I have disabled and enabled it in device manager, and of course I have also updated the network drivers lots of times.
Has anybody any idea what’s going on and of course how to fix it?
The network adapter card is a; NVIDIA nforce 10/100/100 Mbps Ethernet #2