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Can not maintain Internet Connection for more then a couple minutes


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ajdedo

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Hi,

I was sent here from the "hijackthis" forum. http://www.geekstogo...is-t201218.html

I had a Malware problem that looks like it has been solved, However, I can no longer maintain my Internet connection for more then a couple minutes. I need to re-boot computer to get Internet again, and then it only last 2 or 3 minutes at best.

I know it's not my router/ISP because my Laptop stays connected all the time.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!!
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atul sunsunwal

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i did face a similar problem few months back. there is nothing wrong in the connection. Its gt something to do with windows files i guess.May be malware has made ur windows corrupt or something. Unfortunately i had no other option bt to format n reinstall the OS.
I am looking forward for some expert's comment/solution on this.
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Hix ajdedo,

Try removing and reinstalling your Network adapters, clients, protocols, and services again. START > SETTINGS > CONTROL PANEL > NETWORK. Uninstall everything and reinstall.

I am presuming that the constant pattern of latency may be due to a corrupted TCP/IP protocol stack. ISP has been known to mess with system settings and, at times, interfere with subscribers using other ISP services. Hopefully, the reinstall will resolve the issue.

Regards,

mirso
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