When cable net turns off it freezes the system

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  1. Posts : 42,904
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       #11

    Good - how did you get the drivers for your PC- from Windows only, as supplied- have you ever used a 3rd party driver updater tool?
    Have you checked the version of your driver with that offered by the manufacturer?
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       #12

    dalchina said:
    Good - how did you get the drivers for your PC- from Windows only, as supplied- have you ever used a 3rd party driver updater tool?
    Have you checked the version of your driver with that offered by the manufacturer?
    No, but I will check it. I have drivers only from producers and from Windows.
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  3. Posts : 42,904
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       #13

    Also, for comparison, boot to Safe Mode with Networking, and see if you see the same then.

    Please clarify what this means:
    When I turn off the cable of the internet
    do you mean
    - turn off the router
    - disconnect the cable
    - something else.

    Thanks
    Last edited by dalchina; 19 Mar 2023 at 10:41.
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       #14

    Just a quick chime in -

    Certain programs connect to the internet at startup and if there is none, there will be a period of "timeout" before you can get to a stable desktop.

    FWIW.

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  5. Posts : 21
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       #15

    do you mean
    - turn off the router
    - disconnect the cable
    - something else.
    It means disconnecting the RJ45 cable from the PC.

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    Compumind said:
    Just a quick chime in -

    Certain programs connect to the internet at startup and if there is none, there will be a period of "timeout" before you can get to a stable desktop.

    FWIW.

    Yes, a lot of programs do this. But if they can't connect it's their own problem. It shouldn't influence the whole system.

    If a light bulb above one of the seats goes out in a flying plane, this should not cause the plane's engines to shut down.
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  6. Posts : 42,904
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       #16

    Again - post #13 - Also, for comparison, boot to Safe Mode with Networking, and see if you see the same then.
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  7. Posts : 21
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       #17

    dalchina said:
    Again - post #13 - Also, for comparison, boot to Safe Mode with Networking, and see if you see the same then.
    Ok, so I did it and after disconnecting the cable everything was ok, but when i plugged in the cable again the net connection was not possible. But I've noticed that I had selective startup set instead of normal. So, I choose normal and did the same test.
    After disconnecting the cable the computer did not freeze. When i plugged in the cable again Internet came back right away.

    About an hour ago I had my computer on but I was doing something in the apartment and when I came back it turned out that a blue screen had popped up, just like that...

    Can all of that problems be connected with boot setup?
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  8. Posts : 42,904
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       #18

    It sounds as if the ethernet problem has now been resolved.. is that correct?

    As for BSODs - there's a separate section for that, should it recur, with a special logging tool to use.
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  9. Posts : 21
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       #19

    Ok, I think it is good :) Thanks for the tips!

    It was a second problem with my computer. Now I need to solve a third.
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  10. Posts : 5,048
    Windows 10/11 Pro x64, Various Linux Builds, Networking, Storage, Cybersecurity Specialty.
       #20

    Ericrivicpic said:
    It means disconnecting the RJ45 cable from the PC.

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    Yes, a lot of programs do this. But if they can't connect it's their own problem. It shouldn't influence the whole system.

    If a light bulb above one of the seats goes out in a flying plane, this should not cause the plane's engines to shut down.
    I agree. This has to do with the design of the software.

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