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    Junior Member LeeRoy88's Avatar
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    Jun 2008

    Internet speed running slow?

    ok, im getting so sik of all these god damn internet probs ive been having
    anyway, my mot latest one is that my 1500kb/s internet connection is running at 512kb/s speeds
    i hav a wireless router/modem that is a linksys wag160n and no matter how close i am to the device the speed is always running at about 1/3 of wat it should be

    this problem is prevelant on all my wireless devices including my wii, laptop and desktop

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    Senior Member Shalma's Avatar
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    Nov 2010
    There are too many variables to take into consideration for your slow internet .

    1. Distance you are from Exchange.
    2. Condition of equipment, how up to date it is including the Exchange.
    3. Age and condition of wiring, joins, corrosion in the system.
    4. Line noise. Will affect it badly.
    5. How heavily your exchange is subscribed to.
    6. How many people are on at any one time.
    Any combination of those will drag your speed down.,,

    Here a few tips to speed up.
    1. Upgrade your Internet Plan
    2. Control Bandwidth Usage
    3. Free-Up Temporary Directories
    4. Optimize your Internet Settings
    5. Update Microsoft Silverlight.
    I can advise you to download this software,
    Download CCleaner 4.15.4725 -
    Good Registry Cleaner which can extremely will improve your computer and Internet performance dramatically! Do all these and Perform speed here once it will sounds better ...

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