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New windows 7 Desktop slow download speeds

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by romangateway, Dec 22, 2011.

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  1. romangateway

    romangateway Thread Starter

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    Hello i just got a new windows 7 (gateway fx)
    (os)
    Windows 7 home premium 64-bit

    (cpu)
    intel core i7 processer 2600

    (RAM)
    16gb DDr3 memory

    (HDD)
    64gb solid-state drive + 2tb hard drive

    (optical)
    blu-ray / super-muti combo drive

    idk if that helps but i need my download speeds back to normal cuz im downloading wow and other big games in the (gbs) so if u can help that would be GREAT:) (normal speed 150-200 kbs on old windows xp and on windows 7 10-50kbs
     
  2. Elvandil

    Elvandil

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    What kind of connection do you have? It can't be kbs unless it's really, really slow., so it must be kBs. What max is your connection rated?

    Test your speed.

    Speakeasy
    Speedtest.net
     
  3. romangateway

    romangateway Thread Starter

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    im am downloading wow and the download speed of that is 19.6KB/s and the speedtest.net said i got 1.81Mbps idk what that is but thats what it said :)
     
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    What kind of internet service (DSL? Cable? Satellite? Etc.) do you have. What is the maximum speed you have been promised?
     
  5. jakey8

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    When you say WoW, what is your isp? Where did you get this WoW?
     
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