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Internet stops recieving and sending packet

Discussion in 'Networking' started by osmankaza, Jan 25, 2019.

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  1. osmankaza

    osmankaza Thread Starter

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    hi there,im trying to find a solution about this!
    i play a lot of games such fortnite ,csgo,lol and when i play the ping is 40 and for one moment the game just stops because it doesnt recieve packet and send it,im using a wifi adapter usb which name is hiro 433mbs,and when i play fortnite just it says connection timeout for like 2 sec and then it is normally but this is so annoying if anyone can help me please?!
     
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    Assuming a computer is it a desktop or laptop? What brand and model?

    Same problem with an ethernet connection?
     
  3. osmankaza

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    yeah it is desktop pc,i build it same
    no i didnt try with wired connection,but the think is that internet it is good and usb aswell i just bought a new usb wifi adapter but it is the same
     
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    Please attach a screen shot of the Networks page (don't collapse the Radar, Connection or Signal History) of the Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector. If you need help with a screen shot see TSG Posting a Screenshot. FWIW to take screen shots with Windows Vista or latter I prefer to use the built-in Snipping Tool.
     
  5. osmankaza

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    upload_2019-1-25_21-50-59.png
    it is this one ?
     
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    That looks like some kind of Windows display???

    You're on a Public Wi-Fi network? With no control or even knowledge of who else is using the network nor how they are using it?
     
  7. osmankaza

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    yes because down my apartment it is a restorant,and im recieving internet from them, but the thing is that in i uninstalled the drivers of the wifi adapter and reinstalled them again and it worked for 3,4 times the ping was all the time 30 and it didnt make it connection timeout, but now when i uninstall the drivers and install them again it doesnt work anymore,so i dont think that the problem is of the internet might be something from seetings
     
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    I have no idea what settings you may have made incorrectly. Make sure the wireless power management is set for Maximum Performance.
     
  9. osmankaza

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    yes it is all maximum performance
     
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