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Network Problem

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#1 aka7plus


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Posted 01 April 2012 - 05:30 AM

Hi, I think i have a problem with networking now.
Problem is that internet browser(Both Google Chrome and IE 8) stop sometimes.

Well, actually it does work but orb keep circling around for chrome and "Waiting for X" for IE 8.
Even i wait for several minutes, web page doesn't show up.(White screen)
But when i refresh for SEVERAL times(not once), it works.

This thing started to happen after i used proxy( i do not know for sure. It could be VPN) program called "Freegate"
I deleted this program soon after i found this problem happening.

This could be problem when i'm filling some kind of form out. And i would have to do it again... :(

I would appreciate any helps.

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#2 noknojon


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Posted 01 April 2012 - 06:24 AM

Hi -
Have you reset the LAN via, Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options > Connections > LAN settings >
Make sure the only box ticked is Automatically detect settings -Then, OK > OK to exit the boxes -

Next visit Speed Test and select a location near where you live -
Then click Start to check the Ping and Download Speeds

Please post the results of the Speed Test back here -

Thank You -

#3 aka7plus

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Posted 01 April 2012 - 07:16 AM

Thx for the tip

for IE, setting was not setted up to "Automatically detect settings"
So i changed as you said.

But how about the setting for chrome?
Is it unncessary?

And speed test

Ping: 26ms
Download: 14.62 mbps
Upload: 6.61 mbps

P.S-I failed several times during upload test and when i used network diagnose tool that is provided by window, they say my router setting is bad.
They told me to turn off for 10 sec and try again. I did that but no hope.

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