Does anyone know how Microsoft reprograms your networking setting to time
Ie: My system was working fine, all network connections were active and file
transfer was responsive.
(This is not a Firewall PROBLEM)
I have a 3 computer system using win xp pro 2600, connected through a
firwall to the internet by cable.
THen one day one of the computers was just diconnecting itself from the
other 2, couldnt work out the problem only a reboot connected it to the
system again. Then once again 15 to 30mins or so it would do the same.
I have reprogrammed all settings for xp known to man or myself every which
way, Were talking 2 weeks of tinkering. I have adjusted ip, dns, properties
on all levels. But nothing. I do remember updating my MSN Message Manager
before all these problems started occuring, but cant be quite sure if that
was the reason for all this trouble.
So what I did was use system restore and went back a few days, BINGO problem
solved and I didnt need to do a fresh install.
I have heard somewhere that microsoft can access your computer and turn of
networking protocol, how do they do it. And what registry settings do you
have to change to bring it back to normal. This would be a real handy thing