internet connectivity issues

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by webster, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. webster

    webster New Member

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    hello all

    been trying windows 7 for a couple of weeks and i love it but there is a big hitch..

    every time i try to sign on ot a particular online game (second life) and at some other timesm but omreo randomly,
    i loose all internet connection.

    i have a a wired router and this puter also has xp which has no problems with connectivity.

    when i have lost the connection i have tried the trouble shooter>
    action window>troubleshooting>connect to interet. internt connctions>...
    and i t goes to a point of saying that i t cant fix it but offers the option attempt repairs as administrator.
    clicking on that option, it goes a head and resets the network adapter, which restores the connection - but only for a couple of minutes, after which i am offline again.

    I have gotten a little frustrated with it frankly and I wonder if anyone else has had similar problems?

    here are some of the relevant logs :
    pastebin - collaborative debugging tool

    and here is system information:
    pastebin - collaborative debugging tool

    appreciate any suggestions

    webster
     
  2. dive1today

    dive1today New Member

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    internet connectivity issues - some thing to try

    Have you tried to connect with out IPV7 enabled?
     
  3. loathe

    loathe New Member

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  4. webster

    webster New Member

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    how do i disable ipv7? i thought it would be in connection properties but i i dont see it there.
     
  5. Mitchell_A

    Mitchell_A Excellent Member

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    Don't you mean IPv6?,
     

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