When the Vista Broadcast Flag would crash a router. Some faulted Windows but I faulted the router code.
1. Be sure your router firmware is current.
2. Some Intel LAN chipsets need a firmware update. I can't tell from your post what you have but do check that out.
I need help ... really. I have tried everything possible, it seems. and researched as much as I could. But the problem does not solve itself.
I recently bought an upgrade package with; Motherboard (MSI z390), CPU (Intel I9-9900k), Ram memory, SSD and CPU cooler. got everything started and it works great. However, I have not been able to use CDs since my computer lacks disk to run dvd / cd etc. so what i did was of course to download drivers for the motherboard and network adapter on USB. But as soon as I got started on the internet, the problem started!
The Internet via LAN or WIFI works great throughout the house on all possible devices except on my newly-upgraded computer(i use LAN cable) ... every time I turn on my computer, the internet dies for everyone who is connected. After only a few minutes, sometimes second. Then the internet is then fed back again on the same path, dies, comes back, dies, comes back ...
HAVE TRIED! with most things I can imagine. Having disconnected the router, changed the LAN cable, installed and removed the drivers, has checked with my ISP if they have disturbances (nope) I have also reset the router from its site via google chrome. Nothing has helped more than a couple of hours. LAST I reinstalled the drivers for my "Intel ethernet 1209-v" adapter it worked. But as soon as the computer restarts, the problem arises again. When I do not use the computer, all other devices and their connection work.
PLEASE !! DO NOT KNOW WHAT I MUST DO, HELP ME WITH THIS PROBLEM!
EDIT: I went in to BIOS and shifted "LAN ROM" on. This did not help and i dont know what it does.