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  Reply # 1686478 12-Dec-2016 11:49
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michaelmurfy:

 

Yep that's the one expect in my parents case ipconfig /renew didn't fix it nor did a reboot (and yes - we did a full reboot, not the half-arsed Windows 10 one).

 


What do you mean by this? From what I read this morning after lurking this thread win10 restart is a full shutdown & startup vs fast boot via regular shutdown.

 

Ah yes sorry this is what I mean but holding Shift during startup (wasn't sure if it mattered during a reboot but doing phone support to parents here). To be perfectly honest I've been using Linux until very recently when I built a PC for gaming so wasn't 100% sure when Windows does a quick boot vs a full boot.





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  Reply # 1686493 12-Dec-2016 12:20
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PaulBags:
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Yep that's the one expect in my parents case ipconfig /renew didn't fix it nor did a reboot (and yes - we did a full reboot, not the half-arsed Windows 10 one).



What do you mean by this? From what I read this morning after lurking this thread win10 restart is a full shutdown & startup vs fast boot via regular shutdown.


Ah yes sorry this is what I mean but holding Shift during startup (wasn't sure if it mattered during a reboot but doing phone support to parents here). To be perfectly honest I've been using Linux until very recently when I built a PC for gaming so wasn't 100% sure when Windows does a quick boot vs a full boot.


Ah. I've been using win7 until recently and always disable hibernate, I had no idea about fast boot or shift to full boot until this thread.

I just thought there might be something more interesting going on (to a full reboot), kinda glad to see there's not :).

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1686536 12-Dec-2016 13:32
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Fastboot is enabled by default. You can disabled in the Power settings. A shutdown always use Fastboot (if enabled) while a restart will reset everything.





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  Reply # 1686577 12-Dec-2016 15:47
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Fastboot is enabled by default. You can disabled in the Power settings. A shutdown always use Fastboot (if enabled) while a restart will reset everything.


Disabling hibernate (powercfg /h off) also disables fastboot though, yeah? Also read today about (powercfg /h /type reduced), to disable full hibernate but not fastboot?

Not sure I want fastboot though, between an Intel 600p drive now and WoL from my phone (including automatically when my alarm goes off in the morning) it seems rather pointless.

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This issue in 1607 was fixed in this morning’s Windows 10 Quality Update
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4004227/windows-10-update-kb3206632

Addressed a service crash in CDPSVC that in some situations could lead to the machine not being able to acquire an IP address.

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  Reply # 1689009 15-Dec-2016 05:36
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nathan: This issue in 1607 was fixed in this morning’s Windows 10 Quality Update
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4004227/windows-10-update-kb3206632

Addressed a service crash in CDPSVC that in some situations could lead to the machine not being able to acquire an IP address.


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  Reply # 1689055 15-Dec-2016 07:56
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I dont think this is isolated to just windows 10 - had a work computer running win7 show very similar signs of the internet crawling to a halt on ethernet but wifi working fine. A release & renew sorted the problem. 


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  Reply # 1689705 15-Dec-2016 20:07
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Heya

Wonder if anyone knows - had 2 instances (both my parents laptop and also a laptop I have) of the update KB3201845 breaking networking (both WiFi and Ethernet). The WiFi / Ethernet connects however no internet activity passes through. This is potentially bad especially in my parents case since I can't remote support to fix it.

 

Anyone else seen this issue + know of a fix?

 

Edit: Just found a fix... Maybe I should try and Google more:

 

Go into cmd.exe and type the following:

 

netsh winsock reset catalog
netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log
ipconfig /renew

 

 

 

 

Alternatively uninstall and reinstall. i found one case required a driver update from the Ms driver update process as well.

 

 





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  Reply # 1694157 23-Dec-2016 08:57
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is this patched now?

 

 

 

seems to be on test machines here, may have manually fixed those though.

 

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