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Old 02-07-2007, 04:40 PM   #1
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On my comp, sometimes it will randomly disconnect from my lan network, but when I restart the comp, it is all good. I have my network setup for static ips, and none of the other comps will do that. Why is this?
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well does your provider provide you with a static IP?
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Old 02-07-2007, 04:48 PM   #3
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try new Network card drivers.

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well does your provider provide you with a static IP?
i belive what he means is the network ip's are static. I could be wrong tho.
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try new Network card drivers.


i belive what he means is the network ip's are static. I could be wrong tho.
yeah network ip's it wouldn't matter if his external is static or not
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yeah, new work provider is dynamic, and thats how its set up. the actual network in my home is static.

and yeah, I have all the drivers installed, i think. (lemme check)


yep, all installed.
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have you tried updating your drivers, or even just reinstalling the ones that came with the CD?
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no. i'll try updating them.

just updated from 8.46.xx to 8.56.xx
Hope the new drivers work.
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