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So last ~2 months or so internet started cutting off for no apparent reason.. Thinking it was my router I bought a new one, but it's not it. Thinking it was my ethernet cable I bought a new one, it wasn't it..

So oubviously it's something in/on my pc. I don't know what to do at all and I'm starting to really want to throw that thing in the wall.(reallllyyyysoon).

Whenever I do something on my pc, gaming/networking/idling and even buying something on steam/origin it cuts off for no reason.

I don't know enough to go play into networking setting and seeing if there's a problem or if Newegg sold me(again) a faulty piece of equipement.mad.gif
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if the cables are fine, it will probably be either the hub for your neighborhood, or your mobo. See if any neigbors are having issues. If not, try a different device to see if it has problems. If it doesnt, then it may be your motherboard
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do you use a router of any kind? i had the same issue with an older router of mine. i would try to update the PS3 or DL a new game off steam, come back 5 minuts later only to find 100+ hours of wait time and no DL progress.I ended up upgrading the firmware and set a higher priority to the ports rather than the wifi......

EDIT: sorry i read modem and you put router LOL doh.gif

try another computer or device and see if there is a diffrence

Also you might check the LAN drivers, see if the mobo manufacture has any newer ones or maybe reinstall them all together....just a thought...
Edited by Sparda09 - 10/1/13 at 3:58pm
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What model of motherboard do you have, and how exactly are you connecting your PC to the internet? I'm assuming from your post you are plugging an Ethernet cable from your router to your PC, and your router is plugged into the modem.

Also, do you have any other devices in the home that access the internet, like another PC or a tablet? Do they have any trouble?
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What model of motherboard do you have, and how exactly are you connecting your PC to the internet? I'm assuming from your post you are plugging an Ethernet cable from your router to your PC, and your router is plugged into the modem.

Also, do you have any other devices in the home that access the internet, like another PC or a tablet? Do they have any trouble?

Every single device at home are working fine and have no problem connecting to internet. I even ran up stairs looking on my brother laptop to see if his connection was down when mine was, sadly it wasn't.

I'm using a MSI Z77 G-45 Gaming Edition I'll look up for driver updates.

EDIT: Added "Gaming"
Edited by akaNaga - 10/2/13 at 5:28pm
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Originally Posted by akaNaga View Post

Every single device at home are working fine and have no problem connecting to internet. I even ran up stairs looking on my brother laptop to see if his connection was down when mine was, sadly it wasn't.

I'm using a MSI Z77 G-45 Edition I'll look up for driver updates.

I would update all motherboard drivers, and make sure you don't have any malware that could be causing problems.
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If driver updates, etc don't help, I suggest buying an Intel NIC. Those usually solve network connectivity issues for me (which are often caused by onboard Realtek NICs).
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Can you see your modem when these problems happen? Are the up/down lights still flashing? Mine goes out from time to time and I always know because the lights on the modem stop showing activity. Don't know if that will help but its something to check.
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