Question about Computers & Internet
Just rollback the network adapter
If you are concerned about how to do it
Start > Right Click (My Computer) > Properties > Device Manager > Network Adapters > Your Adapter that stucks when connected to internet > then double click on that adapter > drivers > rollback.
Posted on May 16, 2009
I am assuming you are running windows.
Make sure you are running an antivirus program as well as anti spyware program like 'windows defender' . Run complete scans with both antivirus and antispyware delete any virus or spyware detected by both programs and check/compare the difference.
I hope it helped!
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