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BlargBurger

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  1. Hello, I'd figure I'd give this an update, the issue of the internet randomly disconnecting has seemingly come back. I've been checking my firewall, and it is no longer blocking anything now. So I'm thinking that the firewall going crazy may have been a symptom and not necessarily a cause of what is going on. I've noticed that this issue seems to happen when my internet is under high usage (Ie. watching videos, communicating with friends, while Downloading 50+gb worth of games off of steam, which unfortunately in this day in age, most modern games are by themselves 50+gb.) and once it goe
  2. No, my ISP is xfinity, and the router is an ARRIS router. ---- I disabled UPnP, and set up a bunch of custom rules by manually unblocking the legitimate traffic, so far the computer hasn't blocked anything on startup, and I haven't had it randomly cut out yet either (although it has good and bad days for that). I appreciate your help, and I will definitely keep in touch and keep an eye on this thread if anyone else has any other suggestions. Also, just to make sure I haven't somehow didn't set up my trusted zone properly, under the 'connected networks' tab, the connected network
  3. I am using automatic firewall, I don't have any custom rules, as for the trusted zone I made sure it was set for Home/office, it was still acting up though. I made sure to manually change the protection type on known networks to Home or Office network. It was the IP address assigned to the router, I had to reset it as I lost my password for it, and I forgot to write it down. I I took the time to look through everything, I didn't see any settings for UDP, but I did see a setting for UPnP under system discovery turned on, is that related? ---- While I was digging through
  4. I've been having some issues for a while, where my internet will randomly craps out completely. Usually windows will give an error that the default gateway is not available. I've run dozens of virus checks and other attempts to see if it's anything malicious, but I haven't found anything remotely suspicious. I decided to check ESET's firewall to see if that was causing issues, and I found that when my internet craps out, I usually get 200+ (often over 300) instances of svchost.exe being blocked, in addition to various other regular programs (such as steam, System discovery, etc.). None of thes
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