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Just take note of your Norton registration informations before uninstalling. Being logical and isolating the problem: a- is not the router b- is not Win XP c- could be the Laptop Asus hardware? Apparently not, at least as to my problem. Anyways, apart from upgrading this machine to a Windows 7, what can I do? his comment is here

All rights reserved. Never had this problem Win2K Pro. From that we hope to find a solution to prevent this in the future. Hibernation mode is deactivated.Power save mode on the NIC is disabled.Once rebooted, it works for another 6~8 hours.

Phantom010, Nov 9, 2010 #10 finance Thread Starter Joined: Nov 8, 2010 Messages: 11 Again, I want to thank you for your continued help with these. Is web browsing the only thing that's broken? When the server loses its connection, its connection to the AD Domain also fails. Stay logged in Sign up now!

Earlier when I was using a external transceiver with it, it might have but a 1GB ethernet card can work on a 100MB network. I have a file server (Win2K Server) and two Win XP Pro PCs connected to it. Mike south-central Nebraska Friday, April 19, 2013 4:00 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Not reachable/access resources partially means out of domain. :) System will show domain name Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

Ive never been able to solve it. thank you, have a nice day. OS pretty but unstable and buggy as hell. TechRepublic Search GO CXO Cloud Big Data Security Innovation More Software Data Centers Networking Startups Tech & Work All Topics Sections: Photos Videos All Writers Newsletters Forums Resource Library Tech Pro

We are on 100MB half duplex and I have set the internal fiber adapter card for that. I had some weird issues on the 960's (we don't have any 980's yet) that I can't remote access them with a stock Dell install of windows (xp pro in my [email protected] // March 7, 2017 8:13am PST 1 DOS - How to delete all files and subdirectories in a dir but not the dir dbrunt1 // March 1, 2017 2:44pm PST I'd be looking hard at Zone Alarm at this point (it has a feature that kills things after a while of Internet idleness).

Also, when I doreboot, it takes anywhere from 3-5 minutes to come to the desktop aftertyping in the password.Any ideas?? OliverGowland replied Mar 18, 2017 at 9:09 AM Loading... It will >>> lose Internet Connectivity after several hours of inactivity...somewhere >>> in the 4 hours area. I thought that this might be a power-saving issue, so I turned all those settings off.

I have a file server (Win2K Server) and two Win XP Pro PCs >>>> connected to it. this content Quote from SolidXnake : 2. Reply With Quote December 15th, 2005,06:38 PM #13 ThePerson98 View Profile View Forum Posts HWC Technician Join Date Feb 2005 Location Oklahoma, USA Posts 1,253 Ahh, Nothing like Windows XP network Thread Status: Not open for further replies.

Then a Help and Support window should come up that, if you're lucky, will be able to point you in the right direction to solving you're problem. The network consists of this particular computer as the "server" for the rest of computers, which is running Windows 7. g- is not the antivirus, both machines have MSS Essentials h- maybe is the Sarah Palin spirit while she's sleeping? :) Thanks buddy, memoemc2 Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top weblink Never had this >>> problem Win2K Pro.

tested a working receiver from another computer not running win 7 in the problem computer and it didnt work. Reply With Quote November 28th, 2005,05:11 PM #5 jimbo1763 View Profile View Forum Posts Super Moderator Join Date Dec 1999 Location Augusta, Georgia, USA Posts 3,979 The ping ran fine. e- could be the variable speed from the ISP?

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You might want to check the firewall and logs for this machine. What I learned is how much I don't know. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. All submitted content is subject to our Terms Of Use.

tested the fiber receiver in the problem computer in another computer not running win 7 and it worked fine. 2. Add your router ip address to trusted zones. I am about ready to go back to Win2K. check over here Does anyone else have this problem?

This connection has not been restored. 2. The OP says that the card came from a working system. Very annoying. usually it is the wireless that drops?

Plug the flash drive into the fautly computer to install HijackThis. Any, any help would be appriciated!>>>>>>>>> MichaelAug 17, 2005, 6:40 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support (More info?)I'm cautiously optimistic that my problem has been solved.I read that there was a problem