re: TCP IP reinstall

January 1, 2009 at 16:08:27
Specs: Windows XP, amd 4600+
Hello.
i have windows XP and i my internet keeps buggin out.
it will work fine...
then it will quit,
so i just unplug and plug in my modem.
and its fine for an hour or so or 30 mins etc
then goes out again
so i just unplug plug in again..

I called tech support with my internet provider,
and they reset my tcp ip
and it works fine for a short period..then bugs out again.

they said to contact my computer manufacturer..
and reinstall my drivers...
so i called them...and they said to reinstall my LAN driver for my pc.
i did that...but alas..still the same problems. (my moboard is a m2a-vm dhmi asus)i have reset my tcp ip ...many times..but it KEEPS quitting out my internet

any suggestions?


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#1
January 1, 2009 at 17:17:42
Is the NIC integrated or PCI?

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What a shame
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#2
January 1, 2009 at 17:21:07
i dont know...network card?

i think its part of the mobo?

how do i find out?

thanks


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#3
January 1, 2009 at 17:24:25
it says on my network connections...

realtek rtl8168/8111 PCI-E

so i think that answers the question


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#4
January 1, 2009 at 17:27:34
I would remove it from Device manager, shut down, open the case and remove the card, power back up, shut down, reinsert the card and power up again, letting the software and hardware reinstall itself.

"So won’t you give this man his wings
What a shame
To have to beg you to see
We’re not all the same
What a shame" - Shinedown


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#5
January 1, 2009 at 18:02:09
its integrated into the moboard...
i suppose if i cant get it to work properly...
i could just get a new network card?


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#6
January 2, 2009 at 08:29:33
Oops. Sorry about that. Try removing it from Device manager, then reboot. It should reinstall itself. You could also download the newest drivers and see if that fixes the problem. And, yes, you could install a PCI NIC. You'd have to disable the onboard in the BIOS.

"So won’t you give this man his wings
What a shame
To have to beg you to see
We’re not all the same
What a shame" - Shinedown


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#7
January 3, 2009 at 14:08:09
done it all...

no luck...


:(


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#8
January 4, 2009 at 09:30:44
The PCI NIC doesn't work either?

"So won’t you give this man his wings
What a shame
To have to beg you to see
We’re not all the same
What a shame" - Shinedown


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