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1 10th September 02:41
john felts
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I have searched, and it looks like there arent many others having the
problem I am. Not sure what is going on.

Vista build 5308, P4 3ghz machine typical setup went without issues.
My internet connectivity is insanely slow, or just doesnt work at all on
most sites. Some work ok, like google, MSN kindof works.

I disabled ipv6. I can resolve all DNS queries, it starts to connect, but
hangs during the "transferring data". Sometimes it does go through, but only
after a very long period of time. All windows updates have failed / timed
out.

Tried firefox, same issue.

I even installed a different network card.

Any ideas?
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2 10th September 02:41
andre da costa [extended64]
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I had this issue in builds 5270, 5308 and 5342, just before 5365 was
released,5342 started working properly. I disabled Protected Mode, did not
help. Here is a bet, it has something to do with User Account Protection,
try disabling it and browse again. The reason I say this, is because when I
disabled it, my browsing experience got better. Also, in 5270, when I logged
in as Administrator the Internet browsed normally, but when I logged into a
UAP protected account, the browsing experience ****ed.

Click Start > All Programs > Accesories > Run > type in MSCONFIG > Tools
(tab) > scroll down > select Disable UAP > click Launch. Restart your
system.
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3 10th September 02:41
john felts
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Are these newer builds released to MSDN subscribers? Mine only shows CTP
builds, 5308 being the most recent. By the way, the UAP did not fix my
problem.
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4 15th September 10:16
andre da costa [extended64]
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No, interim builds such as 5342 and 5365 are only available to Technical
Testers and Technology Adoption Customers.
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5 15th September 10:16
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Ugh still cant figure out this problem.

Anyone else have any suggestions on how to resolve it? Also, is there a way
to completely disable IPv6 rather than just removing it from the Nic itself?
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6 15th September 10:16
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Its an issue specific to 5308 I believe, it was a problem for me too. I
suggest you try the next available build, which would be BETA 2. Also check
your Firewall settings to ensure there aren't any blocked ports such as 80.

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7 15th September 10:16
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Well crap, I just installed build 5365 and theres the same damn problem. Has
to be a compatibility problem with something on here, not sure what it is.
Going to try a different PC and see how it works out.
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8 15th September 10:16
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OK I finally found the problem.

This article is exactly what I was expirencing :
http://blogs.zdnet.com/Bott/?p=10

Anyone else know of compatibility problems with SPI enabled routers? Mine
goes a little deeper than this article, in that even if I disable SPI, it
still doesnt work. I have to disable the firewall completely for internet to
work properly on Vista.
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