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New build - internet browsing error

Hi all,

2 days ago I upgraded from a 3770k cpu to a ryzen 2700x with a crosshair vii mobo and Samsung b die 3600 ram.

 

Booted fine using existing win10 install on Samsung sata ssd, could play overwatch, but found when I went to web browse with chrome it some times came up with SLL connection error or basic web layout. IE 11 was the same symptoms. I found the system clock was wrong time zone and resynced with a dns flush, same fault still.

 

I then unplugged all HDDs and used a boot usb to install a fresh copy of windows 10 on a new nvme ssd.  Loaded mother board drivers from CD, but same problem still. 

 

Windows isn't activated on the new install, I've tried going to the replaced hardware checkbox but it keeps erroring that it can't connect to the activation servers.

Running out of ideas if anyone can help what to try next thanks?

 

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No ideas, but can I buy your 3770K? ?

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4 minutes ago, mackspowers said:

Loaded mother board drivers from CD, but same problem still. 

That the problem. Drivers from the CD are outdated. I recommend going to the manufactures website and download the latest drivers.

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Yup never use the supplied CD's

 

NEVER!

 

And just throw the manual right out, no need for that either. Its much funner IMHO to figure things out without one.

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He can't get on the internet lol how can he download them? (ya use another computer). I'd start out by making sure you have internet by checking your modem and the proper lights are on. Worst case unplug the modem and try again. If you have a router in the mix I would then just connect straight to your modem first and see if that works. If that does work I would reset your router because maybe you changed something in the settings that you forgot about. Let me know if that works.

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Hmm problem I have to go to the manufacturers website to download I need my web browser to be stable enough to get there.

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Just now, Livinloud said:

He can't get on the internet lol how can he download them? (ya use another computer). I'd start out by making sure you have internet by checking your modem and the proper lights are on. Worst case unplug the modem and try again. If you have a router in the mix I would then just connect straight to your modem first and see if that works. If that does work I would reset your router because maybe you changed something in the settings that you forgot about. Let me know if that works.

Thanks I've tried restarting router sorry forgot to mention. No problem with other devices using this modem too.

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Are the lights where the Ethernet cord is plugged in at on and flashing? (flashing means information is being transferred)

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12 minutes ago, Livinloud said:

Are the lights where the Ethernet cord is plugged in at on and flashing? (flashing means information is being transferred)

Yes, and can ping ips no problem. It also sometimes will actually load the page, then it randomly fails on the next page

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Tried another fresh windows reinstall, connecting via my phone with usb tethering on mobile data, still getting random SSL errors. Tried verifying windows, can't figure this one out.

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