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(01) In both cases, are you referring to the same network adapter on the same computer?
(02) Or did you lose network connectivity w/ one adapter initially then switch to using a different adapter (same computer) and now it has failed as well?
(03) If the answer is YES to question (01) (and NO to question (02)), then, it does sound as though your integrated NIC (network adapter) has failed. Since it was an intermittent problem initially and then became a "hard" (continuous) problem, I'm more inclined to believe it is a hardware rather than a software (drivers) issue.
(04) Are you experiencing ANY other issues at all on this computer?
(05) My recommendation is to install a new NIC since it would be impossible or expensive to repair or to replace the integrated NIC.
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Posted on Apr 15, 2008
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