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It could be power management settings kicking in at the wrong time. I've seen this happen before. Open up Device Manager and double-click your wireless network adapter's properties page. Then go to the Power Management tab and uncheck "Allow the coputer to turn off this device to save power". See if that helps.


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I suggest you to start your computer in safe mode, then uninstall the network driver. Further restart your computer in normal mode and install ethernet drivers. In safe mode if you fail uninstalling your network driver, start the computer in safe mode with command prompt, you may follow the link that might help you with it ...


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I was looking for this myself. These tools within Windows 7 (and possibly other recent versions of windows) might do the trick. (use the start button and type name directly into the toolbox). MsInfo32.exe . Tells you some detailed info about the system and each device, including manufacturer in most cases. DxDiag.exe . Is more limited to the processor and ...


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Is 10.148.xxx.xxx your local network, not connected to the Wi-Fi controller? In that case, you should let your wireless adapter with a gateway, and your Ethernet without one. Otherwise, you'll need to play about with the routing tables. route print will show you your current routing tables, and route /? will show you how to use it. You'll need to either ...


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Disable the network adapter in Device Manager. Failing that: if the NIC is on-board you should be able to disable it in BIOS. You could also enable MAC filtering on your router to only allow devices you want to permit access.


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Did you try to disable the Ethernet Adapter with Powershell: This will disable all Network Adapters If you want to disable only a specific network Adapter change the * with the AdapterName This is the cmd: powershell.exe -Command {Disable-NetAdapter -Name "*" -Confirm:$false} The Powershell Command is: Disable-NetAdapter -Name "*" -Confirm:$false ...


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Let's use an analogy. The network is like a railroad. Trains can only go in one direction at a time (since there is only one track) and only a limited amount of cars (data packets) can be moved by each engine. Copying a file from PC1 to PC2 involves moving the data and returning an ACK signal to indicate that there were no errors in the transfer. When ...



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