About a month ago, I began having an issue with the LAN ports on my Gigabyte X58A-UD5, and I'm wondering if I'm alone, or if other's have had similar issues with either the same board or another. For the most part, the LAN ports here work great, and are rather reliable. But on occasion, a mere reboot will cause them to cease functioning. The first time it happened, I had thought that the LAN ports did indeed just die, but after shutting down the PC for about a minute, then booting back up, they worked again. It just made no sense. I hoped it was a one-off kind of issue, but since then, it's happened more than once. In fact, it happens on 1/3 reboots, or around there. The problem isn't so much that the LAN ports just die, because they are still visible by the PC, but it's rather the fact that neither will connect to either the network or the Internet. It also happens in both Linux or Windows, with the latest drivers, so I don't think that's the issue. It's frustrating though, to boot into an OS and the network just not work. So far, the same solution of booting down for up to a minute fixes it, but I'm not sure how. Anyone ever hear of this issue before, or experience it yourself?