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2012-05-03 11:32 PM
2012-05-04 05:36 AM
2012-05-04 11:53 AM
petcan3 wrote: if you set it to delayed start this fixes the problem also
2012-05-04 12:07 PM
2012-05-07 10:36 AM
StratmanX wrote: I chronicled this some time ago. The problem you have may run deeper than you mention. Not only can you have slow network boots but also alternating drops and reconnects depending on the software involved.
Are you on a notebook or a desktop?
What is the manufacturer?
What is the network software that is running on your PC other than Netgear's Genie?
Which version of Netgear Genie are you referring to - the browser accessed GUI or the standalone Genie application you must install?
The standalone application Genie loads a Daemon at boot which creates an issue with some other application that loads at boot as well. For me, it was a Dell network utility on my notebook. Once I disabled Dell's network utility Service, OR, uninstalled Netgear's standalone Genie application all was well.
2012-05-07 07:23 PM
mark2012 wrote: NetGear was not standalone, it was the full install I got from NetGear website.
2012-05-07 08:25 PM
2012-05-08 10:04 AM
jmizoguchi wrote: I would say originally the issues was pc booting up slow at startup. I won't bet but this is software discussion . netgear.com/genie is what referring to..
2012-05-08 10:11 AM
Netgear's Genie comes in 2 forms:
Part of the Firmware of the router
A standalone application you can download and install