|19 Oct 2011||#1|
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PC slow to Establish Internet Connection on Bootup
I am consistently having a long delay in Internet connectivity resolution upon bootup of my PC. It usually takes about a minute and a half to establish an Internet connection. This is an issue that only affects my PC and not any other connected to my home network. My PC is hard wired into the router via Cat-5. I have also bought a new router and changed high-speed Internet providers since the problem started. My PC also has 2 built-in adapter cards and I have tried switching between the two and disabling the unused adapter. No change at all with any of these fix attempts.
The problem started when I upgraded my PC from Win 7 32bit to 64bit. It was a clean install and all drivers are current on my system. I have been unsuccessful in finding any viable solutions online. The built-in network troubleshooter doesn't find anything wrong and Device Manager shows no conflicts either. Does anyone have a solution that may work?
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