Need help from Network Guru !!
Since few weeks, i got some problem with my internet connetion and i need some help.
Im not able to have more then one Tab open in google Chrome/Firefox/Ie.
If i open more few one tabs (like 2), they are trying to load and load and finally have this error '' Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to '' and
#1 I reset all setting. Still have the same problem.
#2 Using a Static IP (was working great before): Still have the same problem.
#3 Enable DHCP: Still have the same problem.
#4 Re-Install Win 7 with Sp1 and without SP1. Still have the same problem.
2 things for now i still didn't try for the moment.
First: Plug the cable directly to my Onboard nic.
Two: Using a PCI network card. (ill give a try right now after posting this msg)
So, do you think the onboard nic is dying ?? What should i do/check/try ?
Thanks for your help and tips everyone
after installing a new working nic. I still have the problem. It take alot of time trying to connect and bang....
can you connect directly to your modem, instead of through the router
are you on wireless ?
have you powered the modem and router off and back on ?
Router and modem have been powered off and back on at the same moment. No Wireless.
Im gonna try tomorrow after work connected directly into the card, its late for me. Kids are up around 6am tomorrow morning. ;-( Time to sleep
And as mentioned ... try going directly to your modem, and eliminate the router as the potential culprit.
change your DNS servers maybe?
let me get this straight.
if you only have one instance of your browser, then all is ok?
and then anything else opened not?
or router permissions?
something is screwy. load a live cd but i dont think its software. at least on your puter
maybe hardware, but probably not.
got to be a setting somewhere in our router for limiting access and such
like one 'thread' per ip or something :)
well in his screen shot there, he only had one window open, one tab
Try using explorer and see if it does the same thing. Sounds like a Chrome issue to me.
There are some great suggestions so far.
IMO, the best place to start diagnostics is to boot a LiveCD of Ubuntu Ubuntu. Just download .iso, burn to a CD/DVD and boot off the CD.
That is where i always start, and it is a fast way to eliminate the possibility of windows malfunction
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