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Slow Internet Connection

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#1 Jen W

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Posted 24 April 2009 - 06:54 PM

TCP YOUR-47375C5FC1:1026 YOUR-47375C5FC1:0

I called my Internet provider because my connection is way too slow. They ran a netstat application in my command prompt. It reflected that this code TCP YOUR-47375C5FC1:1026 YOUR-47375C5FC1:0 was "listening" to my computer and causing my connection to be slowed down. I tried a registry cleaner, and that didn't work. The tech from the Internet provider mentioned that something, maybe in my start-up program, is running in the background and not shutting off.
Does anyone know how to fix this? If so, can you give me an idiot's guide? I'm clearly not as savvy as you folks are. I need to be walked through.
Thanks a million.

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