Although I'm not thinking you have a problem with your drive now after hearing about the internet speed being an issue, I'm still going to ask you to test your drive.
I've found this information
about your drive that has all of the drives specifications.
I'd like you to go here
and download and run the Western Digital Data Lifeguard Diagnostics. You can use the windows version or the DOS ( CD ) version.
I recommend the CD version as it loads by itself from CD and has no other software involved while testing.
Download the ISO image and burn the image to CD. Once burned, reboot your computer and boot from the just burned CD.
I recommend running both the Quick Test and the Extended Test for better results.
As for your internet connection, we can try resetting both TCP/IP and your Winsock.
Before doing so, I recommend you reinstall NOD32 and allow it to update.
We will be resetting both TCP/IP
on your computer to help with your troubles.
To successfully complete this, you will need to be at a command prompt.
Click on Start then Run. In the Run box type CMD
and press enter.
You will now see a black window with one line of text and a blinking cursor.
You will next type:
- netsh int ip reset tcp.log
This will reset your TCP/IP
Next you will reset Winsock
You will type:
- netsh winsock reset sock.log
When the Winsock is finished you will be directed to restart your computer. Type exit
in the window and press enter.
From here you will do a normal restart on your computer and retest your network connection.
Please let me know the results of both the hard drive tests and your internet speed after running the reset procedures.