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Intresting problem with new PC, lets see if anyone can figure this one out

Hello,

 

I recently upgraded my pc and have been encountering an odd issue ever since doing a fresh install on windows 10. 

Google chrome is stuck establishing secure connection for about 60 seconds and will either load the page or say the page request timed out, refresh, and sometimes load the page. My internet is connected fine and I can easily browse the web on Microsoft Edge. Also, my PC has trouble connecting to Discord Servers, and often times the Blizzard App (which I use to launch Call Of Duty) cannot load data from the launcher, however, I have no issues actually playing the game online. The issue cannot be from my network as multiple other PC's on the same network have no issue. I also RMA'd the processor and mobo and have gotten the same results. The PC also seems to be freezing and locking up for 30 seconds at a time a lot due to this issue (which is basically a clean install of Windows 10 with call of duty installed)

 

Here are my specs:

 

Intel I7-8700K

EVGA Geforce GTX 1070

MSI B360 Gaming Plus Motherboard

16GB Corsair Vengance RGB C15 DDR4 3000Mhz Memory (running at 2667 Mhz on mobo)

Kingston 500gb SSD

1000 W PSU

 

My current OS Is Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit

Version 17134.407

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 Off topic but.....You got an overclockable chip on a motherboard that doesn't support overclocking. Oh the humanity

 

 

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Main system: i7 8700k 5Ghz / Asus Prime Z370-A / Corsair Vengeance 2x8GB 3000Mhz / Asus TUF RTX3080 / EVGA 750W GQ / Fractal Design Meshify C

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3 minutes ago, PopsicleHustler said:

 Off topic but.....You got an overclockable chip on a motherboard that doesn't support overclocking. Oh the humanity

 

 

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No VPN, just a fresh install of windows...

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1 minute ago, rpk2301 said:

No VPN, just a fresh install of windows...

im pretty sure you meant to tag this:

 

5 minutes ago, kensylvia said:

Are you running any sort of VPN that might be configured goofily?

 

and not this:

 

5 minutes ago, PopsicleHustler said:

 Off topic but.....You got an overclockable chip on a motherboard that doesn't support overclocking. Oh the humanity

 

 

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39 minutes ago, iLostMyXbox21 said:

im pretty sure you meant to tag this:

and not this:

Thanks bud?

 

44 minutes ago, kensylvia said:

Are you running any sort of VPN that might be configured goofily?

No VPN, Just a fresh install of windows

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2 minutes ago, rpk2301 said:

Thanks bud?

try deleting all the things not working and re download them

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Just now, iLostMyXbox21 said:

try deleting all the things not working and re download them

I did a complete wipe of windows, deleted all files, created new partitions, and have the same error on a fresh install

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Just now, rpk2301 said:

I did a complete wipe of windows, deleted all files, created new partitions, and have the same error on a fresh install

Where did your version of windows come from? I'm wondering if there is some preconfigured security stuff shutting down ports or something

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1 minute ago, kensylvia said:

Where did your version of windows come from? I'm wondering if there is some preconfigured security stuff shutting down ports or something 

I have a general copy of windows 10 burnt on a CD that I run for all of my machines.

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14 minutes ago, rpk2301 said:

I have a general copy of windows 10 burnt on a CD that I run for all of my machines.

Check for new updated network drivers

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7 minutes ago, akialwayz said:

Check for new updated network drivers

I downloaded the drivers on MSI's website, I believe they are up to date

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6 minutes ago, amusedschrodinger said:

The issue is only on Chrome? Tried Firefox, Opera, etc?

Yes, just chrome...other browsers seem to work fine. Certain apps like spotifty also work fine. Its weird, discord will SOMETIMES connect, chrome pages will hesitate and sometimes load after an extended period, etc. Not sure what this could be caused by. Looking at other pages make me think it is an update 1803 error. However, I uninstalled the update and am getting the same results

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1 hour ago, rpk2301 said:

MSI B360 Gaming Plus Motherboard

And of course, you went to MB support and downloaded the drivers for your MB?

Specifically LAN drivers?

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Just now, wONKEyeYEs said:

And of course, you went to MB support and downloaded the drivers for your MB?

Specifically LAN drivers?

Yes, I am using Intel Network Drivers version 23.2.0.1006 from MSI website,

Intel Chipset Driver 10.1.17711.8088 from MSI,

and the most recent optane memory driver

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query?

"The PC also seems to be freezing and locking up for 30 seconds at a time a lot due to this issue"

 

is the PC doing windows updates?

as i have found that win10 becomes sluggish when it wants a reboot after updates installed. 

current main system:

motherboard : AMD FX 8320

ram : 16Gig

OS : Linux Mint 20 xfce kernel 5.4.0-26

Video Card : RX 550 4 GIG

Monitor: BENQ 21 inch

 

Desperately needs an updated system :(

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1 minute ago, cretsiah said:

query?

"The PC also seems to be freezing and locking up for 30 seconds at a time a lot due to this issue"

 

is the PC doing windows updates?

as i have found that win10 becomes sluggish when it wants a reboot after updates installed. 

No, I've made sure I was on the latest version of windows before diagnosing any issues

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