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Monday, February 12, 2007

Continuing Vista Problems

nVidia's latest drivers for the 680i motherboards seem to causing more problems than they're worth.  Since upgrading I've had nothing but problems with the dual NICs.  Whichever one I plug the cable into has it's GW removed by Vista.  Trying to disable both NICs hangs the system.  Trying to add a GW to the NIC with the cable does not allow for network connectivity.

I'm on my second hard reset tonight...all I want to do is get on the Interne and get my email. 

Sure Vista is new, but I also ran 2000 in RC for months and moved to XP ASAP and never had these kind of stability and driver problems.

45 minutes of time wasted on simple networking issues to simply get Vista to not automatically remove the GW from the enabled NIC.

Posted by Steve at 01:18 | Computers-General | Comments (13) | Link


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