1.    30 Jan 2016 #1
    Join Date : Jan 2016
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    Win 10 - One or more network protocols are mission on this computer


    This is going to be a half rant and for that I apologize hopefully you can understand my frustration when my pc stops working correctly because of a microsoft update.

    I purchased a windows 10 key going from enterprise 7 to 10 home. I went through microsofts processes and made a bootable USB. I wanted to do a clean install to try to avoid problems (oh the irony) The windows 10 install went off without a hitch however now my internet (desktop computer) will not work. I am plagued with the error same as many others "One or more network protocols are missing on this computer".

    I am completely baffled for all intents and purposes this is a completely brand new machine from a software perspective. There is no extra software on this baby at all and figuratively out of the box it doesnt work. I know it isnt my net as everything was fine before and is fine now on both wireless and wired from various other devices with the exception of my windows 10 device.

    There have been lots of suggestions about settings and winsocks and so on. I want to start by saying I have tried every solution google threw at me and yet still no progress. At this point I have no idea what to do. From post creation dates with users having the same solution it seems this has been a microsoft issue for at least a month and still no solution. I really need some help here. I have always been a windows person and I dont want to switch to a mac for alot of reasons, but this to me is completely unacceptable. I have always put my wallet behind microsoft, but the fact that I have been 2 days without a working desktop out of the box from a software perspective is insulting. I refuse to spend any money on professional assistance for something that is so clearly a microsoft issue and has been for some time.

    I created an account and made a post here in a last desperate effort before I give a big middle finger to microsoft, trash this baby and switch to mac.
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  2.    30 Jan 2016 #2
    Join Date : May 2015
    Central IL
    Posts : 2,593
    EL Capitan

    Ranting allowed. Beating one's self up for something beyond your control is not allowed. It is not your computer that is the issue. The problem is that Windows 10 is still a Beta OS, that was pushed out as a RTM when it should not have been.
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