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Internets its too SLOW

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by rewtbeer, Aug 27, 2007.

  1. rewtbeer

    rewtbeer Member

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    Hey gang.

    I'm running on cable internet here, and over the last couple of days or so, my web browsing has slown down. And to top it off, I can't stream a video if my life depended on it. Any help?
     
  2. albino92

    albino92 Regular member

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    Same thing was happening to me, turned out my isp had an outage, so contact them.
     
  3. jazbebies

    jazbebies Guest

    Many have had the same problem, It could be your temporary internet files/cookies that need deleting. So before hand give this a try, you never know it could be that simple.
     
  4. rewtbeer

    rewtbeer Member

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    Thanks guys!

    How do I get rid of my temp files?
     
  5. rewtbeer

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    Ok, I deleted all my internet temp shite, and nothing's changed.

    Its like my download speeds are a joke...
     
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    Did you check with your ISP?
     
  8. Leningrad

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    Although unlikely, apparently you should check if a program is sucking
    your bandwith, or a firewall is blacking some packet's.
    try this CTRL-ALT-DEL go to PROCCESES and check a program that the most CPU power, or if you have a p2p program like Azureus then turn off as that may be the cause of slowdowns.

    Regards,

    Leningrad
     

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