No Bit Torrent here or anything like that. No new sw or anything. Tried the suggested DNS numbers, no change.
This is weird. Expecting to hear the Twilight Zone music...
LOL. Been there. Network stuff can be a real mind bender. So many places things can go wrong, but also traceable by eliminating different phases of the chain. Try everything else I suggested. Start with keeping Console open to try and see if the system is complaining about anything at the time the connection drops. Then next step I would suggest is go straight to the modem via Ethernet if you're using your own router.
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