Windows 10: Build 10158 - Network Connection Hanging


  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 - Build 10130
       01 Jul 2015 #1

    Build 10158 - Network Connection Hanging


    Morning!

    My PC updated yesterday to build 10158. After it completed, I noticed that my Ethernet card seemed to hang randomly.

    The happened the first time about 15-20 minutes after the install for 10158 completed. I tried to disable the card and re-enable it but it wasn't able to. It didn't seem to detect link state either.

    I restarted, and each time the network came back but it hung again soon after the restart (between 3 and 10 minutes).

    PC: Dell Desktop XPS 8300 (2010)
    Network Card: Broadcom
    Driver: Microsoft Broadcom Driver (01/2013)

    I did a check for updated drivers (while the network was working) and it didn't locate any. I did try to download a new driver from Dell (12/2013 for Win 7 64-bit) but the card hung again.

    To correct the issues, I moved back down to 10130 and that was stable.

    I also have Visual Studio (and the default version of Hyper-V) installed, and there are two ghost cards installed for Hyper-V. Not sure if those are a factor or not.

    Guess the big question is: Has anyone else seen this in 10158, and is it fixed in 10159? Do you guys think that uninstalling the network drivers, then restarting to force a clean install might help?

    Thanks!
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    01 Jul 2015 #2

    AmeStars said: View Post
    Morning!

    My PC updated yesterday to build 10158. After it completed, I noticed that my Ethernet card seemed to hang randomly.

    The happened the first time about 15-20 minutes after the install for 10158 completed. I tried to disable the card and re-enable it but it wasn't able to. It didn't seem to detect link state either.

    I restarted, and each time the network came back but it hung again soon after the restart (between 3 and 10 minutes).

    PC: Dell Desktop XPS 8300 (2010)
    Network Card: Broadcom
    Driver: Microsoft Broadcom Driver (01/2013)

    I did a check for updated drivers (while the network was working) and it didn't locate any. I did try to download a new driver from Dell (12/2013 for Win 7 64-bit) but the card hung again.

    To correct the issues, I moved back down to 10130 and that was stable.

    I also have Visual Studio (and the default version of Hyper-V) installed, and there are two ghost cards installed for Hyper-V. Not sure if those are a factor or not.

    Guess the big question is: Has anyone else seen this in 10158, and is it fixed in 10159? Do you guys think that uninstalling the network drivers, then restarting to force a clean install might help?

    Thanks!
    I have the same PC with the same problem. it was fine before build 10061 but i've have this issue in every build since 10061, hope it sorted before RTM
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    02 Jul 2015 #3

    similar here. Lenovo G770 laptop... wifi completely non functional... tried for a while to figure way around it, delete drivers, reinstall drivers, etc... .... no luck.. .rolled back to prior build
    the devmgmt errors were "the device cannot start"...
      My ComputerSystem Spec


  4. Posts : 16
    Windows 7 Professional / Windows 8 Pro/Windows 8.1 Pro / Windows 10 Technical Preview
       18 Jul 2015 #4

    Got a different PC, but same problem (build 10162 and up).

    Geting random disconnects from internet. At first I thought it was my ethernet card fault, but after sharing mobile connection via usb and still geting random disconnects made clear that it wasn't.
    Last edited by rixto003; 18 Jul 2015 at 18:26.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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