Internet connections falls down after I log in and then it reconnects again

#1
[h=1]Internet connections falls down after I log in?[/h] I got a new computer with Windows 7 about a week ago.
But every time I log in, I have my internet connection for few seconds and then it falls down. (I know I had for a short while it because the skype logs in for a moment or I even manage to launch mozilla with homepage sometimes.) Every time, it falls down for about a minute or two. I don't do absolutely anything to fix it, yet I have it again after those two minutes.
It is very annoying, especially when I gotta solve something quickly.

I think it might be somewhere in windows 7 settings and it does it itself... to maybe check something or so, but what do I know?

ANY advice is much appreciated. It drives me nuts already.
Thank you.
 


Pauli

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#2
You get any message from Windows? Or, when the net goes down, can you get anything from Troubleshoot Problems, by right clicking on the Network icon?
 


#3
No, not at all. That's the thing, I get no error or something like that, Windows behaves like it just should be this way.
 


Pauli

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#4
If the connection worked well with your old computer, it's probably an issue with your new computer = hardware. It could be an issue with Windows updates, check you have the latest, but I doubt it. Even without updates, the "original" Windows 7 works fine.

You could try with another browser, but I wouldn't be so sure about that, either. Windows usually recognizes net connections quite well. One thing is cable connections, check them - plug off and in, everything is not bits, it's also about physical contact. Or a wire may have got twisted, or something, hard to tell from here.

If you have a USB3 netcard / stick, that could be a problem. It needs the latest updates from Microsoft.

Altogether: With a new computer, check your seller, and use the warranty. No need to fight a one-man-war. :)
 


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