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Most derfinately a software problem. I did a clean build of  OS which was fine and working OK, then I only installed CS3, then at that point the NIC stopped again. I allowed CS3 through the firewa... See more...
Most derfinately a software problem. I did a clean build of  OS which was fine and working OK, then I only installed CS3, then at that point the NIC stopped again. I allowed CS3 through the firewall and everything was working OK again. I dont know if its Win7 x64, frirewall, or adobe that is the problem. I checked my old XP x32 machine and the firewall is set to 'default settings' and is fine! Not had any response from Adobe or their Forum guys so far. Loosing faith. 
I changed the firewall to allow Adobe PS CS3 through and it worked for a few days, then the trouble came back. Anymore suggestions?
Since installing Photoshop CS3 a pre-requisit prior to upgrading to CS5 Upgrade. Unable to connect to network. Adaptor can be re-set either by disconnect-reconnect in device manager.... OR by uninsta... See more...
Since installing Photoshop CS3 a pre-requisit prior to upgrading to CS5 Upgrade. Unable to connect to network. Adaptor can be re-set either by disconnect-reconnect in device manager.... OR by uninstalling CS3, at which point the NiC works properly again. A check on the NICs properties, it reports as working. I have noticed that the IRQ setting shows as -2, but no conflicts, not something I have seen before. I have reinstalled the Driver from Dell and from Broadcom (both same version and rev no.) No difference. The Broadcom suite also reports no issues. Adobe not interested in this problem. Its all a BIG problem as 90% of my photos are on a server else where and I need reliable access to them. Any ideas people?
This  problem is back again, Since installing Photoshop CS3 (prior to upgrading to CS5). No network connected. Adaptor can be re-set either by disconnect-reconnect in device manager.... OR by unin... See more...
This  problem is back again, Since installing Photoshop CS3 (prior to upgrading to CS5). No network connected. Adaptor can be re-set either by disconnect-reconnect in device manager.... OR by uninstalling CS3, at which point the NiC works properly again. Any ideas people?
Fixed at last! It was some thing to do with a Windows Critical (!) update . Which one I dont know, so in future it will be download 1 at a time and check for problems.   Lesson learned
Thanks for the reply This pc is connected to a Broadband modem/Router, along with 3 other pc's (that are never turned off) via network cables.  It is most certaily an individual PC problem as the... See more...
Thanks for the reply This pc is connected to a Broadband modem/Router, along with 3 other pc's (that are never turned off) via network cables.  It is most certaily an individual PC problem as there is no problem with anything else connected by 100mb wire or wirless connections.  
Suddenly there is a problem connecting to the internet. When I boot , there is no internet connection, I can get the connection back by removing adaptor and re-intalling via control panel. I have app... See more...
Suddenly there is a problem connecting to the internet. When I boot , there is no internet connection, I can get the connection back by removing adaptor and re-intalling via control panel. I have applied the latest Broadcom drivers form the down load site and tried the ones from Broadcom, but the result is the same. Help!