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Intel -Win 7 NIC connects but unusable?

Intel -Win 7 NIC connects but unusable?

Intel -Win 7 NIC connects but unusable?

Ok so I am having a but of a stroke here.

I swapped motherboards today with another tower and things were going fine. Aster a few updates and automated windows driver installs I couldn't stop, my Dx58SO motherboard no longer recognizes ANY nics properly.

Instead, they resolve and connect to the network, I can ping three router, forever I cannot browse to it, cannot use any programs to connect to the web.

My subnet and gateway are the same, and the computers ip are within the manually assigned parameters. I have completely uninstalled the nic via hardware manager and reinstalled yet it is still doing as such.

I then tried to put a Killer NIC in and same result.  Prior to the driver install windows did itself, the NIC worked right. Now I can't do anything no matter how drastic.

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