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    Problem with network card

    by jefry876 ·


    Hello i’m looking for a solution to resolve annoying problem with my network card.
    Whenever i boot my PC i have to manually reset my ethernet card because otherwise i cannot connect to my home network. This problem is rather strange because i checked if maybe there is a problem with getting IP address from DHCP and it doesn’t seem to be the issue, the network doesn’t work on static IP either.
    It only works after i go into control panel then to network devices where i click to turn off and then turn on my network device which is my network card.
    The card that i’m using is the one integrated into MSI B450 Tomahawk Max motherboard. I also tried to download every newest driver for this mobo and it doesn’t help either.

    So basically i came here to ask if there any option to auto restart this network card whenever i boot my PC. I tried searching on google for a solution but i can’t find anything (maybe i just don’t know how to search for it, english is my second language). Maybe i can write some kind of bash file to execute on boot? Or is there a hidden option inside windows that i can just set up for this job?

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      Re: problem with network card

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Problem with network card

      Do you happen to run Mystic Light (whatever that is)? See .

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      If drivers and such don’t fix it.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Problem with network card

      I make some house calls and for such a call I carry either a PCIe or USB network card because cards and onboard networking can fail. We charge by the hour so spending a hour on trying to figure out an onboard network card isn’t done. If we go get the drivers and install them for the OS and machine fails, we offer either a card or USB fix.

      No one I know will swap a motherboard over this. Even if it’s in warranty.

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