Question about Computers & Internet
Different kind of virus may affect TCP/IP protocol, changing ID or MAC address, blocking a port, or jamming the network communication.
Listing them by name would be obsolete, thousand of viruses can cause the same.
If the problem is a virus, the first thing you can try is doing system restore to a recent date before the problem started.
Before doing system restore, try restarting all network devices, including network drive.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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