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I would just be doing whatever and suddenly nothing loads. PC still shows I have internet connection but nothing loads. Only gets fixed when the adapter gets reset. Wired not wifi. Any idea what's doing this?

 

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Try restart your router

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2 minutes ago, BetteBalterZen said:

Try restart your router

Router is doing okay, this only happens on this pc. I have another wired pc on the router and it doesn't do it, and the devices on the wifi don't either.

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Just now, Illyaimi said:

Router is doing okay, this only happens on this pc. I have another wired pc on the router and it doesn't do it, and the devices on the wifi don't either.

Oh, alright 

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Have you tried giving that pc a static ip address?

 

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3 minutes ago, Chinny136 said:

Have you tried giving that pc a static ip address?

 

No, I haven't. Is that something people with dynamic addresses do?

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Well you might find that windows DHCP might be brooken 

So by giving it a static ip this will fix the problem for now 

 

If your pc already has a static IP it might be clashing with anothe device on the network 

whitch windows version are you running 

 

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There are a couple of things that you can do.

 

I wouldn't use a static IP as you are more likely to get IP address conflicts especially if you don't know what you are doing. If you do decide to use a static IP I would recommend you set it on the router. What you would do is create a DHCP reservation for the MAC address of your computer so that it always gets the same IP from the router. This will prevent IP address conflicts.

 

First I would make sure that your Ethernet drivers are up to date.You would do this by going to the motherboard manufactures website and downloading the latest drivers.

 

If that doesn't fix it, You can run the cmd "netsh winsock reset" without the quotes in an elevated cmd window. This will reset all network connections on the Windows device. So if the desktop was connected to WiFi at some point you would need to reneter the password for it.

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On 10/25/2021 at 4:21 PM, BecauseRussia said:

There are a couple of things that you can do.

 

I wouldn't use a static IP as you are more likely to get IP address conflicts especially if you don't know what you are doing. If you do decide to use a static IP I would recommend you set it on the router. What you would do is create a DHCP reservation for the MAC address of your computer so that it always gets the same IP from the router. This will prevent IP address conflicts.

 

First I would make sure that your Ethernet drivers are up to date.You would do this by going to the motherboard manufactures website and downloading the latest drivers.

 

If that doesn't fix it, You can run the cmd "netsh winsock reset" without the quotes in an elevated cmd window. This will reset all network connections on the Windows device. So if the desktop was connected to WiFi at some point you would need to reneter the password for it.

The problem with winsock reset is that the problem randomly comes back without any warning.

 

I'd rather not have a static IP address either for just personal preference, and I never had this issue before, so I don't know what exactly is wrong, is it windows or the router? I can't tell, there is one other PC connected with ethernet and I don't think it's having this problem, so maybe I'm leaning more towards windows, but in that case again I have no clue what to do. I will try uninstalling and reinstalling the ethernet drivers and maybe that will help, but I will only find out in a few days or whenever the issue reqppears.

 

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Found this in the router, I'm on port 4. Are those 30 rx errors significant in any way?

 

On 10/25/2021 at 4:10 PM, Chinny136 said:

Well you might find that windows DHCP might be brooken 

So by giving it a static ip this will fix the problem for now 

 

If your pc already has a static IP it might be clashing with anothe device on the network 

whitch windows version are you running 

 

Win 11

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For some reason it always seems to happen after around 8pm or somewhere around midnight. Might be when a new ip gets assigned. Why is it doing that?

 

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