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If you bought an NIC and that didn't help, I doubt the motherboard is the issue.
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Then tell me, where you think the issue is coming from. You have seen my intensive search to find out where it comes from.
I have done EVERYTHING to get to the bottom of this.
Edited by wendigo4700 - 1/4/13 at 1:30am
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post #53 of 57
Hmmm...


After you have installed OS from scratch. Have you done all OS updates including SP1 package? If the answer is yes, then Mobo is the issue, since you dont have issues in safe mode.
There is something in your mobo, hardware or driver related that is causing all the fuss. Go in to your Mobo BIOS and start disabling everything; LAN, sound, USB, Serial Port, All sata ports except for one port that is being used by HDD/SSD, etc etc.
post #54 of 57
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Hmmm...
After you have installed OS from scratch. Have you done all OS updates including SP1 package? If the answer is yes, then Mobo is the issue, since you dont have issues in safe mode.
There is something in your mobo, hardware or driver related that is causing all the fuss. Go in to your Mobo BIOS and start disabling everything; LAN, sound, USB, Serial Port, All sata ports except for one port that is being used by HDD/SSD, etc etc.

New motherboard and CPU, didnt solve the issue. This is so annoying. NOTHING has solved this issue here.

Right now. I'm doing the windows update. As I just got into desktop with my new motherboard. Installed the intel lan driver. And then I checked in my router menu under LAN interface. Increasing error / drop rate.

Maybe it changes after I have done the windows update in progress. As I currently, only have the intel lan driver installed (just as with my old motherboard)

Since it also happens here at my new motherboard, do I still have to go into BIOS and disable thise things?

EDIT: Everything from windows update downloaded. And I still have the error / drop rate issue.
Edited by wendigo4700 - 1/9/13 at 4:49pm
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post #57 of 57
Remove/disconnect all additional HDDs. sound cards, and PCI/PCIe cards, disable everything in BIOS except for what you need to boot in to windows. Unplug CD/DVD, additional HDD/SSD drives; power and sata, unplug everything. USB cables from printer, from USB Hub ports, etc etc. Only thing should be plugged in is Mouse and Keyboard.

Whos the maker of the LAN card on your new mobo?

If you still having issues, then disable on board LAN NIC and install the Intel NIC that you bought.


IF, you still having issues after you have taken all the steps i have suggested. Then i honestly dont know what to tell you.


edit.

You parents laptop; Who is the maker of NIC card and what version of the driver is currently installed?? IF, its same brand and close to model number, then i suggest you try using same driver version for the NIC( on board or PCI) on your PC.

At this point its process of elimination. Dont install any software on your PC of any kind, no AV software, no Office, dont install anything. Keep your OS empty and bare.

IF, you still having issues, then use a different HDD/SSD to instal OS on to. IF, that doesnt solve the issue, then go in mobo BIOS and switch SATA from ACHI to IDE or other way around. Instal OS again and see if that solves the issue.

Heck, run MemTest. Try different mouse and keyboard, different PSU if you have to.

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Edited by KGB7 - 1/13/13 at 10:35pm
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