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Randomly unable to load web pages

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On 12/17/2018 at 12:37 AM, Skiiwee29 said:

Usually thats a DNS issue. Find a website you cant load, open command prompt and type nslookup websitename.com and try and navigate to it via IP. if it opens via IP and not website name, then its a DNS issue and you likely need to change the DNS servers you are using on your router. 

I tried getting a new IP, DNS refresh, etc. I ended up reinstalling windows and not installing the Intel LAN driver and haven't had an issue so far. I'm thinking the driver ASUS provides is bugged.

I just finished building up my new Ryzen PC with the ASUS X470-PRO and i've been having a weird issue where i randomly can't load any websites due to them timing out.  i have looked at the network diagnostics and i have full 1gbps connection and am connected to the internet.  i have already tried reinstalling the Intel LAN driver just in case as there isn't a traditional GUI after running the ASUSSetup.exe in the ZIP file.  Any ideas would be great, thank you.

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Usually thats a DNS issue. Find a website you cant load, open command prompt and type nslookup websitename.com and try and navigate to it via IP. if it opens via IP and not website name, then its a DNS issue and you likely need to change the DNS servers you are using on your router. 

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On 12/17/2018 at 12:37 AM, Skiiwee29 said:

Usually thats a DNS issue. Find a website you cant load, open command prompt and type nslookup websitename.com and try and navigate to it via IP. if it opens via IP and not website name, then its a DNS issue and you likely need to change the DNS servers you are using on your router. 

I tried getting a new IP, DNS refresh, etc. I ended up reinstalling windows and not installing the Intel LAN driver and haven't had an issue so far. I'm thinking the driver ASUS provides is bugged.

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