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Windows 7: local area connection (adapter just dissapears) (excuse my launguage)

13 Mar 2011   #1
dyloser

windows 7 x64
 
 
local area connection (adapter just dissapears) (excuse my launguage)

ok this is fken pissing me off. i was just playing my daily game that i play all the time and my internet just fken turns of. i got fken pissed and i went to network sharing center and the local area connection dissapeared from there. i was like fk you microsoft.

Windows 7 (microsoft)
Pros: Gaming, more software,
Cons: Fken fails, has random problems that just apear randomly, viruses

Linux (open source thats made by people (suprisingly doesnt fail) )
Pros: no virsus, safe, some apps, custmizable (without having to patch system files)
Cons: doesnt support alot of the apps

i have no internet connecton on that computer so dont tell me so fken update the drivers cause they are there and trying to transfer drivers from one pc to another is a pain since no usb flash drive or portible hard drive. and it also disapeared from device manager and adapter
listThis is FKEN PISSING ME OFF


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13 Mar 2011   #2
RayFinkle

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Sounds like you are familiar with Linux. You may want to boot with a live CD and see if the network connection works. This will rule out a hardware failure. You could also check the NIC settings in your BIOS, assuming you are using onboard NIC.
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13 Mar 2011   #3
dyloser

windows 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by RayFinkle View Post
Sounds like you are familiar with Linux. You may want to boot with a live CD and see if the network connection works. This will rule out a hardware failure. You could also check the NIC settings in your BIOS, assuming you are using onboard NIC.
works on my ubuntu,mint,red, but not windows. i manualy fixed it so now it works.
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