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Created On: 09/11/2009 06:38 PM
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 09/11/2009 06:38 PM
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dangme
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Ok Here is the setup : Windows XP SP3 , AMD 955BE , Gigabyte MA790FXT-UD5P.

This board comes with two Realtek 8111c gigabit nics. My problem is I use Teamspeak for voice chat while playing some games. Well every 3 hours i get disconnected from it whether i am actively talking or idling. I have put another ethernet adapter in which is a 10/100 card and it still does it , making sure to disable the other two nics. So my question is am i overlooking something?

I tried it on another computer to make sure it isn't the router but it works without the timeouts. Is it possible it could be related to the quad core? or a protocol within the adapter. I do have the latest bios and drivers for the nics.
 09/14/2009 01:19 AM
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vIt's either the network card driver or the OS is infested. Try to update your driver to latest version and see if the problem persists. If it does, windows is probably broken.

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 09/14/2009 01:26 AM
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B-Shot
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Sounds like a registry issue in windows.
 09/23/2009 05:33 AM
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dangme
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Well, i installed vista in a dual boot on the computer and when i install the drivers and run teamspeak there it does not timeout , so it has to be with the drivers or like B-Shot said a registry entry
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