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Ethernet adapter quits working after W10

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#1 JudMc


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Posted 01 August 2015 - 09:28 PM

I installed Windows 10 the day it came out.  Since then, about 8-10 times per day the Ethernet adapter quits working - Windows will say that it is disabled.  If I get that far, telling it to enable it works, or I can reboot and fix it (for a while).  It is built onto my motherboard (Broadcom Netlink gigabit Ethernet). I had it check the drivers, and it says that I have the current one.  I checked the power settings and the "allow computer to turn off to save power" is NOT checked.


I don't know anything else to check - does anyone have suggestions?



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