"missing internet protocols" - I know, not a new issue.


  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
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    "missing internet protocols" - I know, not a new issue.


    I know this is an issue that has been around for a long time and I have tried to solve it by myself. But all the solutions that are offered don't seem to work. Which has prompted me to post an issue on this forum.

    The problem I have is a sporadic disconnection, with the explanation: "Missing internet protocols".
    Also, probably connected, I (completely randomly) have issues with connecting to new networks. If it happens, roughly three times out of four, I try to connect and the network adapter goes offline and restarts when I try to connect. I just have to try again and again for sometimes up to twenty minutes until it finally starts working.

    Fixes I have tried:

    - Using command prompt to reset Winsock (not successful)
    - Disabling IP protocol Version 6
    - Disabling NETBIOS over TCP/IP



    If anyone could provide some help I would be thankful. I have just quit smoking and it is reallllly annoying me at the moment.

    P.S. I'm aware I probably need to give more info. Please inform me which information and how I can provide it if you do.
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    Win_8.1-Pro, Win_10.1607-Pro, Mint_17.3
       #2

    Here are some other things to try:
    Resolve network issues - Windows 10 Forums

    There is one additional fix that I did not include in the Resolve thread ... Not sure it should be a generic solution offered. If the issue persists after trying the suggestions in the thread, I can write up the procedure - it's only a few steps, but it involves modifying the registry.
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