I've been running ccleaner practically everytime I make changes in order to solve this problem, so I've been clearing cache all the time. I checked SMART, all seems fine. And I've just reverted back to the default Nvidia driver which had this pc working perfectly when I built it 9 months ago. Still no go I tried with everything at stock clocks... I was going to start another thread in the Networking forum for this but I feel there's something in common here so I'll keep this here: I also keep getting a lot of DNS errors. I already changed the IPv4 from auto to google's, since that's the main suggestion I got while searching for solutions. If I right click on my connection and select 'trouble-shoot' the Windows trouble-shooter "finds no problems" at all. When I get this error I get it for all websites, not just TPU. Spoiler It appears that as soon as I try one solution other problems crop up. Then I try something else and some or all of those issues seem solved and the original problems crop up again or I get new issues alltogether! It might seem I'm going at a tangent here but when I built this pc everything was fine. Then mid-March I changed ISP. I also positioned a wifi modem in a central place in the house. Since then, all the computers in the house (which were using wifi before) worked fine. I even had other people's pc's here for repairs and I connected them with wifi with no problems. Same goes for members of my family using their laptops to connect. It could be that I'm mistaken or that this isn't the source of the problem (or that I'm clutching at straws?), but it seems like that as soon as I changed ISP the 'White Bengal' system in system specs started freaking out randomly. How do I get in that menu? Also, FV is just what made me find out about this problem. It goes deeper than farmville unfortunately..