Windows 10: Lag boot time DHCP
Is there an option there to set a static IP instead of looking for DHCP?
From within the BIOS or router ? If you mean from within the BIOS, there is no option.
Disable Network/LAN boot ROM or PXE Boot and make sure, that HDD is selected as the first boot device.
Depending on your BIOS, the options may vary.
Network PXE Boot Settings - YouTube
Disable PXE - YouTube
The BIOS on this laptop is extremely limited; therefore I don't have the options shown in the YouTube videos. Any other suggestions ?
Bumping the thread hoping for any other input to this problem ?
Set to NIC to static by changing the adapter settings in the Network & Sharing Centre
Changing the adapter settings involve changing the IP and subnet mask; therefore I checked my router DHCP information and tried the suggestions from this page. Unfortunately when manually entering IP & subnet mask information, rather then let Windows do it automatically, the network ceases to work ?
I can't seem to resolve the problem with DHCP when the laptop boots, without disconnecting the network connection.
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