Originally Posted by grey_1
open services, ( under admin tools) rt click network connections (or any service you want to check) and click properties, then the dependencies tab. This will list both what needs this service and what services this needs. Just do this with anything labeled network that is running.
Did what that link suggestion, didn't solve the problem.
Tried what you just mentioned... so far no go either.
BUT... I did what you mentioned with the updated driver. I'm going to attempt to roll back to the original driver, then do as you suggested above, and see if that remedies the problem.
Thank you for the assistance grey. If I cannot solve this before too much longer, I'm going to call the customer and suggest that I just back up his data and re install windows. He did say he was willing to pay for any additional services that might be necessary to get the system up and running.