1709 Eventually Breaks Internet and only it can fix it too problem....

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XChrome    0

So on one of four computers in my house, I am having this issue which is just stupid and it seems to just be weird. For maybe no reason this computer will lose internet connectivity on all adapters even new ones connected via USB. They are connected to the network just all say they have no internet access. 

So far the only thing that fixes it is to redo the 1709 Upgrade (problem arose too far for a rollback to the previous build) and that lasts from 3 days to a week and a half (other things being done too***).

What else I do based on searching***: I turn off power saving features on all adapters, Use the Hide update tool to hide all updates **, turn off IPv6 on all adapters. 
Alas, it still happens through the Hide update tool does seem like it only does so temporarily, so I need to look into it. 

What triggers it instantly: Run updates and apply the three that populate right away **: Flash Update, malicious software removal tool and that I think is the culprit - Cumulative update...yadda yadda.

Full in windows and offline virus scan have been run the system is clean.

Some fixes I also tried that did not work that is weird and makes me think a config file? is that a restore point does not fix it nor does integrating a full registry back up although I have only done this in windows and it does have an error that not all the keys were changed due to being in use, ect. I will need to Boot to BDE and try it and see if it fixes it.

Of course, I did all the standard things like release IP, repair tool from windows, various Networking repair tools that flush dns and reset ip, and all the rest.

I'm trying to avoid reinstalling windows from scratch and even more so if it just happens again but it is just such a weird issue especially since the reinstalling of 1709 upgrade fixes it.

Any thoughts? Any tool suggestions?

oh and sometimes though not all the time the repair tool does say the adapters do not have a proper IP Configuration but that the problem was not fixed. Then again I ran all the CMD commands and tools for that with the problem persisting.

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techbeck    5,423

Started happening on my Samsung a few months back before 1709.  Would have to put hte PC in airplane mode for a few seconds and that normally fixed it.  But sometimes, issue came back after a few min.  Reboot seems to be the better option.  Reinstalled drivers and a bunch if other things.  Seems to be really random tho. I can go weeks no issue, then all of a sudden, an issue. 

 

I just upped to 1709 on that system a few days ago.  So shall see how that goes.

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XChrome    0

Yeah I just wish I could find a fix for it. I have 4 machines running Windows 10 1709 and only this one is doing it and then as I said redoing the 1709 Update fixes it for random amounts of time.

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techbeck    5,423

Laptop I am having issues with, I did the upgrade to 10 from 7.  Only other things I can do is a clean install and not the upgrade.  But I don't have a lot of time for that right now.

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xendrome    4,671

Does this only seem to happen on Wifi/Cellular? Or wired as well?

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techbeck    5,423
5 minutes ago, xendrome said:

Does this only seem to happen on Wifi/Cellular? Or wired as well?

Not sure about the OP, but I have not tried/tested wired. 

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PGHammer    320

The only issue I am having with this build is that all my Android emulators refuse to go online; oddly enough, nothing else is affected.

It's not specific to certain Android emulators, either - they are all affected (from RemixOS Player to MEMuPlay to Nox Player to Genymotion), but nothing else is.  That has me scratching my head - I have never (as in ever) had a single class of applications break in any build of Windows - ever.  I now have to ask myself what this class of applications has in common that a single build can break all of them (especially since they run different versions of Android from each other - and three support multiple versions of Android).  It has nothing to do with wireless, either - this is a desktop PC with a wired gigabit Ethernet connection.

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