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My Internet Isnt Working Right (most Of The Time)

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#1 mattum


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Posted 17 June 2008 - 05:25 PM

ok so this is kinda vague but its all i got and any help would be appreciated

im using a router wireless and wired im connected thorough a router using a wire, and my internet is screwed, excuse my language. i go online and things run slowly some sites don't work, if i keep trying things get even more messed up, and more slow, most pages don't load at all, the bar will be half way and if i keep pushing it my internet will completely disconnect. yet it will still say connected 100mbs it doent make sence. feel free to ask questions i know theres not a lot to work with here

i was thinking maybe a driver but downloading anything usually starts it, and then its just a matter of time b4 i have to restart my computer.

asus k8n-e deluxe motherboard im using the on board connection the other one i have doesn't work for some reason says limited or no connectivity


there is a main computer hooked up to the router wireless im a second computer she has some odd network thing on it that seems like its used to manage other computers connected to the internet through the router

Mod Edit: Topic moved from Windows XP Home and Professional to more appropriate forum~ TMacK

Edited by TMacK, 17 June 2008 - 07:53 PM.

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