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Lenovo y700 34ISH internet issues [unresolved]

2017-02-15, 4:01 AM


My computer is having extreme internet issues on both Wired and Wireless connections. Three other computers use the internet with no issue. When wifi is turned on, all internet in the house is halted; no connection available. Also, when ethernet is in, the same issue occurs. On the machine itself, I can browse to one webpage immediately after startup, then the next page takes at least fourteen days to load (if at all). 

I have done quite a bit of troubleshooting:

- Reset IP/TCP via cmd 
- Reinstalled network drivers
- Installed fresh drivers (e.g. http://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/products/Desktops-and-all-in-ones/Y-series/y700-34ish/downloads/DS104312)


Running windows 10.


Thank you.


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Re: Lenovo y700 34ISH internet issues [unresolved]

2017-02-15, 4:46 AM

What type of WiFi and Ethernet routers are you using, and how do you have your network configured.


It makes absolutely no sense for the other systems to lose connectivity when your Y700 is connected, either by WiFi or Ethernet cable, unless you have some serious network configuration or router issues, or your Y700 has some nasty virus running on it that is basically flooding your network with so many packets that you basically have a denial of service attack going on.


You might want to go to a command prompt Admin, and type:    ipconfig /all >c:\ipconfig.txt  and then attach the resulting C:\ipconfig.txt file to a reply, as it may provide some insight.


A few other reports that might help diagnose your system (also run from a command prompt admin) would be the following.   If you want to just view onscreen, rather than create the .txt file, just leave off the part to create the file (e.g. >c:\netstat-a.txt) 


netstat -a -b >c:\netstat-a.txt     List all connections and listening ports (-b lists executables using connections)

netstat -e >c:\netstat-a.txt     Displays Ethernet statistics. This may be combined with the -s option.


Good Luck,







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