well just incase someone is interested... after searching high and low for a fix, i did not find anything! I ran sfc /scannow - repair install - registry repairs - windows repair - rollbacks - so finnaly, i decided to see what would happen if i shut down the svchost programs running under the username "Network Service". So I did and I got the shutdown countdown window, so i goto run and type in "shutdown a/"
and all is well, all of sudden no more errors whatsoever and my computer is running smoothly. I go through my network connections just fine!
So I'm led to believe that svchost somehow became corrupted. OR
I had a network drive named F: when i had tried to disconnect it previously, it would disconnect but not leave from "my computer" - i didnt bug me that much so i didnt find a fix for it, anyways, i starting running a program called Virtual Daemon Manager that can mount an ISO image and make it look like a CD-Drive. I noticed that it was mounting it to letter F:
I wonder if that somehow corrupted svchost, I have unmounted it and now F: is gone, but if i try to remount the network drive, it says its in use! Awell, until i decide I want to backup all my stuff, this will have to do