Win7 ran the doc command to report an error connection reset by peer.

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Please ask the great god old driver to lead the way; I loaded and unloaded three or four times on my win7 notebook. Before that, I was fine. This time I finished loading and running.
docker logindocker pulldocker run ...The report is wrong, and there are all of them.connection reset by peerThe words

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But. . . Just under the root directory

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After work, the doc continued, but yesterday’s connectionletby peer problem appeared again. In the article, I recorded that there was no error in the root directory, but it was still wrong today. It seems that this is not the key to the problem.
The Internet said:
1. The server’s concurrent connections exceed its capacity, and the server will disconnect some of them.
If it is known that the number of concurrent clients actually connecting to the server does not exceed the load capacity of the server, it may be a virus or Trojan horse that causes abnormal network traffic. Netstat -an can be used to view network connectivity.
2. The client closes the browser while the server is still sending data to the client.

To sum up, now I suspect that it has something to do with the network (I doubted my computer performance before), and I am ready to use the domestic mirror image for my ups and downs.