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I am guessing that I was hacked by my wireless and I saw a network connection in my network connetions that was not on my MSHOME network. So I think I was hacked and tinkered w/a bit.
N2Gaming, are you sure someone "hacked" into your router to cause damage to your OS? The above statement much sounds like a virus/trojan/rootkit ect ect. These usually get on a machine from either two things, downloading "stuff" or viewing websites that contain malicious code.

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N2Gaming, are you sure someone "hacked" into your router to cause damage to your OS? The above statement much sounds like a virus/trojan/rootkit ect ect. These usually get on a machine from either two things, downloading "stuff" or viewing websites that contain malicious code.

Good luck
NO I'm not sure of any thing these days but I'm sure I saw another computer listed in my MSHOME network that was not mine. So I Turned off DMZ and completely removed the router to eliminate it as a possible hacking door way and after i did all the forementioned things the other PC named Js1 dissapeared. So IDK what it was but I do know that my system has been orthose stable for 40 min and running w/o any BSOD's

Edit: The last thing I downloaded was CCleaner for removing startup and system files that I could not remove from the add remove programs window in the controll pannel.
Edited by N2Gaming - 3/10/09 at 5:20pm
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NO I'm not sure of any thing these days but I'm sure I saw another computer listed in my MSHOME network that was not mine. So I Turned off DMZ and completely removed the router to eliminate it as a possible hacking door way and after i did all the forementioned things the other PC named Js1 dissapeared. So IDK what it was but I do know that my system has been orthose stable for 40 min and running w/o any BSOD's

Edit: The last thing I downloaded was CCleaner for removing startup and system files that I could not remove from the add remove programs window in the controll pannel.
You shouldn't leave your system in the dmz for prolonged periods of time.
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You should restrict MAC addresses on your router. It only accepts connections from specified MAC addresses. With my Netgear and my old Linksys, it will show attached devices and it lists IP and MAC. Connect your computers and use the MAC addresses listed.
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What does DMZ stand for? Demilitarized zone? Only thing I can think of.

N2, thats the exact same packaging my opty came in. Have you run memtest to see if any of your ram is bad? I started getting BSODs' when one of my Corsair sticks went bad. Eventually it wouldnt even POST. RMA'd it and it works fine now. Only took 4 weeks to get the replacement.

Kind of an update on my disconnection issues. So yesterday I lost connection. I look at my icon and only 1 monitor has the blue screen. I check connection status and its connected and running @ 100Mbps. But yet I cant connect to the net. So instead of restarting, I went in to the network connections screen, disabled the connection and then enabled it. Lo and behold it works. Haven't gotten disconnected since but I wonder if this is only temporary. Any ideas?
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What does DMZ stand for? Demilitarized zone? Only thing I can think of.

N2, thats the exact same packaging my opty came in. Have you run memtest to see if any of your ram is bad? I started getting BSODs' when one of my Corsair sticks went bad. Eventually it wouldnt even POST. RMA'd it and it works fine now. Only took 4 weeks to get the replacement.

Kind of an update on my disconnection issues. So yesterday I lost connection. I look at my icon and only 1 monitor has the blue screen. I check connection status and its connected and running @ 100Mbps. But yet I cant connect to the net. So instead of restarting, I went in to the network connections screen, disabled the connection and then enabled it. Lo and behold it works. Haven't gotten disconnected since but I wonder if this is only temporary. Any ideas?
I just ran a pass of memtest86+ while I took a shower and it made a complete pass w/o any errors so I upped the cpu Core v to 1.4 and I am now at a 1:15 hr long stable orthose @2400Mhz and DDR400 2.3.2.2. 7 1T

I have been doing the same w/my network connections alot lately for diff reasons

EDIT: 2 hr Orthos Stable.


Edited by N2Gaming - 3/10/09 at 9:13pm
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What does DMZ stand for? Demilitarized zone? Only thing I can think of.
BlackOmega, thats correct. Basically it exposes every port on the router. It's like leaving your garage door open at night. Someone is going to eventually jack something. This should be a good lesson to N2 not to leave that enabled

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Kind of an update on my disconnection issues. So yesterday I lost connection. I look at my icon and only 1 monitor has the blue screen. I check connection status and its connected and running @ 100Mbps. But yet I cant connect to the net. So instead of restarting, I went in to the network connections screen, disabled the connection and then enabled it. Lo and behold it works. Haven't gotten disconnected since but I wonder if this is only temporary. Any ideas?
Sounds like your issue is on a hardware level. It could physically be your integrated ethernet controller that is dropping you. Do you have a PCI 10/100 network card that you could test with temporarily?

N2Gaming, looking good dude

Keep pushing that puppy. Those timings are looking pretty tight!

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BlackOmega, thats correct. Basically it exposes every port on the router. It's like leaving your garage door open at night. Someone is going to eventually jack something. This should be a good lesson to N2 not to leave that enabled



Sounds like your issue is on a hardware level. It could physically be your integrated ethernet controller that is dropping you. Do you have a PCI 10/100 network card that you could test with temporarily?

N2Gaming, looking good dude

Keep pushing that puppy. Those timings are looking pretty tight!

Good luck
Thanks man, I'm trying to run the default DDR400 or as close to it as possible w/CPU OC so that the system will be fast. Me and my computer have been for the last hour trying to get a stable oc past 2400Mhz I'm doing pretty good at 2450 ATM same ram timmings my computer thinks I'm and it makes me feel like and it keeps every time a make a bad bios setting

Still no time to work on A8N32 system. This OC is hard enough for the moment and I only have two monitors in this room so one for email music etc and the other for overclocking/Gaming on the other systems

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Man you really shouldn't have DMZ enabled You have a linksys router don't you?? Have you flashed it with the DD-WRT? If not, this firmware rocks you should give it a try!
Good job with the overclock!! Keep on pushin

@BlackOmega

Sounds like your ethernet interface was only able to transmit packets but didn't get any replies. Maybe your IP had expired and a new lease didn't happen. Your disabling-enabling the interface forced a new IP lease and granted connection to the net.
Edited by MikeV_E36 - 3/11/09 at 12:53am
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Sorry for the double post.. I didn't know how to embed this on to the previous

So I got the opty The package is indeed sealed and contaning documents. The processor is also in a plastic bag which is also sealed and sitting in a tray with foam at the bottom. So it's definitely brand new. Still has Warranty till 11/2010. The bad news is that it's a LCB9E 0734 and I can't find any o/c info on this stepping. Attaching a foto of the package for you to see.
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