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    per susan bradley - uninstalling KB2412171 fixed...

    per susan bradley - uninstalling KB2412171 fixed it for me
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    per susan bradley - uninstalling KB2412171 fixed it for me
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    definite me-too here. disabled every possible...

    definite me-too here. disabled every possible add-in from trust center that i wasn't using and that didn't help. i'm talking UNBEARABLY slow!!!
  4. > Windows does not handle delayed network...

    > Windows does not handle delayed network response, it makes the whole machine crawl - hope W7 is better.
    thats for sure. haven't tried W7 in this mix yet

    > You had the workstations connected to...
  5. just to close this out - turned out to be samba...

    just to close this out - turned out to be samba problem - shares on windows boxes in the network did come up eventually, but after a LONG, LONG, LONG delay.
    The fix was to add local DNS/nameserver...
  6. wireshark didn't show anything good, also tried 2...

    wireshark didn't show anything good, also tried 2 new routers which did not help.
  7. i'll be out there in about 2 weeks or so, will...

    i'll be out there in about 2 weeks or so, will add ethereal or wireshark to whatever i try next to debug a bit more
  8. i don't know how DNS comes into play if i cant...

    i don't know how DNS comes into play if i cant click <Start><Run>\\192.168.1.140
  9. i have now setup the linux box as a WINS server,...

    i have now setup the linux box as a WINS server, and configured all PC's networking to look for it as a WINS server, thus forcing node into hybrid mode, checked that all were enable netbios over...
  10. the gateway address is my own (internal) router,...

    the gateway address is my own (internal) router, and besides - not only should internal ip's not have to go through the router, but it would affect all protocols if that were the problem, and things...
  11. the gateway address is my own (internal) router.

    the gateway address is my own (internal) router.
  12. the DSL modem is also a router, but ISP controls...

    the DSL modem is also a router, but ISP controls it, doesn't let you in - because of that we had them turn off NAT and DHCP, and we use the LAN address of it as a WAN address for our own router where...
  13. > 192.168.1.50 is a strange number for a gateway...

    > 192.168.1.50 is a strange number for a gateway address, I would have thought it would be 192.168.1.1, but if it works, it works.

    i always change from 192.168.1.1 to something else with any...
  14. I doubt they are on port 16, but not 100% sure. ...

    I doubt they are on port 16, but not 100% sure. if they were incorrectly using some uplink port it would never work, not this wierdness.

    PC addresses are 192.168.1.20 to 40, network printers are...
  15. No, all IP addresses are static, there is no...

    No, all IP addresses are static, there is no DHCP. All PC's _are_ set for netbios over TCP/IP enabled.
  16. Its not the router that is causing the internet...

    Its not the router that is causing the internet to fail, it is the ISP.

    When the internet is down, i don't even know why the router would be involved in a local LAN address issue anyway. Power...
  17. small network - 8 or 9 windows XP pc's - peer to...

    small network - 8 or 9 windows XP pc's - peer to peer with unix server using samba to share some shares from unix to windows (just directories as network drives).

    all works fine unless the...
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