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My dl speed has been cut in half....what happend?

Discussion in 'Networking' started by blgmobby, Jan 11, 2008.

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  1. blgmobby

    blgmobby Thread Starter

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    I have dsl 3.0 mbps. I also have Vista....if that matters. Anyways, a couple weeks ago I noticed that my speed is now 100 mbps and when i did this http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/ my speed was 845 kbps. About a month ago I downloaded something that was supposed to maximize my download speed. I don't remember what it was called. At first I noticed it was slightly faster but now everything online is much slower. I have a wireless router but it's password protected and the wireless light isn't lit up so I don't think that's a problem. Please help!
     
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    Ok I did that but then it took 2 hours and didn't say it was completed so I figured something went wrong since it says it takes 5-20 minutes. I clicked on share result and it said " 0% loss latency 89.5ms". ?
     
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    I actually wanted to have you post the link provided on that page here so we could evaluate the results. :)
     
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