I have a very very odd problem with my pc, which I can't seem to solve. I have tryed everything to fix it, but no luck. Let me explain.
When I open up my router internal menu, then going to "system monitor" then "traffic status" then "LAN"
In there, I have ALOT of received packet error / drops.
I cannot seem to figure out, how to stop it. I borrowed my parents laptop and conencted it. And there were no error / drops. But as soon I connected my own pc, the numbers started to increase every 5 seconds. The only thing that solves it, is to boot up in safemode. Then the error / drop rate stops increasing on my pc
Here is what I have done so far:
1)Get a new router from ISP
2 Use a highend RJ45 double shielded cable
3)Use the phonecable that came with the router
4)Disable router firewall
5)Upgrade firmware on router
6)Use latest realtek LAN driver + and later older one
7)Use an PCI networkcard, and disable onboard LAN card
8)Scanned for any virus/trojan/spyware (kaspersky internet security 2013 + malwarebytes)
9)Run pc with default settings (no overclocking)
10)Tryed format (C:) with only realtek LAN driver installed, to isolate a software issue
EDIT: I think I misplaced my topic here. Think it should have been under "Networking"
Edited by hamluis, 30 December 2012 - 11:39 AM.
Moved from Win 7 to Networking - Hamluis.