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By Jacky Howe ·
In my systems settings I have these events happening every 1/2 hour or so.

Event ID 26 "Warning" Intel(R) PRO/1000 CT Network Connection Link has been disconnected.

Event ID 27 "Information" Intel(R) PRO/1000 CT Network Connection Link has been established.

Any ideas
TIA
Rob

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by NZ_Justice In reply to Events

You could have a faulty switch or router or patch panel or cables or nic card(so hardware problem) check your hardware. It could be your not supplying your nic with enough power, power supply upgrade. You could have a setting in your nic properties enabled that says disconnect if idol for 30 minutes. If it is wireless your connection could be dropping because of other interference that occurs every 30 minutes. You might have a virus, or spy-ware. A script could be running in the back ground that continually disconnects and reconnects the connection every half hour.

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Your ISP might not like you and keep disabling your connection from there end.

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by NZ_Justice In reply to

Get your line tested, it should be a free service form your telecommunications provider, There could be a fault on your line. You also might have been hacked and someone, who periodically every half hour, has a program running that is sending a denial of service attack (DOS attack) to your PC.

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by Jacky Howe In reply to Events

Server Local Area Connection Status.
Status = Connected
Duration = 17 Days 17:06:06
Speed = 100.0 Mbps

It Might be my ISP it doesn't look like its my LAN.

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by ctrservices In reply to Events

Sounds like out-of-date firmware. We need to know the source of event id 26 and the OS.

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When you go into Control Panel--Administrative tools--Event Viewer--System...what is listed under the Source column for Event ID 26?

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by ctrservices In reply to

Try uninstalling/reinstalling the NIC drivers (don't reinstall from the pc, download or use the original installation CD).

Let us know what happens.

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by ctrservices In reply to

Except for reinstalling the OS, I think you have ruled out the PC as being the problem (although replacing the NIC might possibly solve the problem). Next, try to test the modem you use to connect to your ISP. If it tests out fine, ask the phone company to check their equipment. I had a similar problem once which was traced down to a switching box in an industrial complex near here.

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