Ever since the first week of me getting my new desktop, which was a couple weeks ago, my computer randomly disconnects from the internet. I'm using a Xbox ethernet cable because I haven't bought a long ethernet cable yet. I'm running Windows 7 64bit and I am the only one in my house that has this problem. The wireless network works fine for the other computers, but I don't have a WiFi card in my computer, so I must use a ethernet cable.
I have to restart to fix it, re logging in doesn't do anything, but it acts fine when I restart. Then a few hours later is will repeat.
Answer by r0bErT4u · Sep 30, 2010 at 05:58 PM
Install DSL In-Line Microfilters. Noise on the line may cause loss of connection. Like static building up on the line to a point of disconnect, then Power Cycles clear the static. Build up of noise until point of disconnect, then power cycle ... repeat
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