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No Inbound packets with Intel® Pro/1000

No Inbound packets with Intel® Pro/1000

No Inbound packets with Intel® Pro/1000

I have an Intel D875PBZ motherboard with a built in Intel® Pro/1000 CT Desktop Connection (ethernet).  This issue has happened several times, but i can't find a solution.  My computer and a work computer are hooked up through a Linksys LBEFSR41 v 2.1 router but I have in the past been able to connect directly from my Surboard SB5120 cable modem to my computer through the ethernet connection.  I had a power outtage and now I can no longer connect to the interent using in Intel® Pro/1000 CT either with a direct modem computer connection or throught the router.  Newtwork devices says I have a connection with the Intel® Pro/1000 CT Desktop Connection and I am sending packets but can't receive them.  I have turned off zone alarm firewall, no luck.  I deleted zone alarm and tried again no luck.  I tried MS firewall on and off, no luck.  I have tried both a direct connection with the cable modem and through the router but I have the same issue.  However, I can connect to the internet with a direct connetion from
the cable modem to my computer through the USB connection.  I know the modem and router are working since the work computer is connecting through the router and modem as it did prior to the power outtage.

Any help is a appreciated.  Although my motherboard is still under warranty, Intel does not offer any type of support for this product.

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