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NXT
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I am having issues with my pc just disconnecting from the internet for a few seconds.
It happens nearly every ten minutes, I have my pc directly hooked up to my router.
I changed ethernet ports on the router and still no luck.
I think it might be the ethernet cable or do you think it could be the pc port?
I have my ps4 hooked up with another cable and no issues..

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That happens to me to but every 4 or 5 hours, if there's any fixes please post them!
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Re-install the device driver in device manager.

Network adapters > Realtek PCIe controller (or something similar) > Right click > Uninstall > restart your machine.

Test to see if this works. What happens if you connect your machine to the wireless if able? Does that drop out intermittently?
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AD4M wroteRe-install the device driver in device manager.

Network adapters > Realtek PCIe controller (or something similar) > Right click > Uninstall > restart your machine.

Test to see if this works. What happens if you connect your machine to the wireless if able? Does that drop out intermittently?


Thank you that seems to have fixed it!
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NXT wrote
AD4M wroteRe-install the device driver in device manager.

Network adapters > Realtek PCIe controller (or something similar) > Right click > Uninstall > restart your machine.

Test to see if this works. What happens if you connect your machine to the wireless if able? Does that drop out intermittently?


Thank you that seems to have fixed it!
Awesome sauce, all the best.
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AD4M wrote
NXT wrote
AD4M wroteRe-install the device driver in device manager.

Network adapters > Realtek PCIe controller (or something similar) > Right click > Uninstall > restart your machine.

Test to see if this works. What happens if you connect your machine to the wireless if able? Does that drop out intermittently?


Thank you that seems to have fixed it!
Awesome sauce, all the best.


Done the same, hopefully this fixes my issue, repped.
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