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Wireless Internet Spikes for One Laptop

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#1 Peterlu654


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Posted 06 July 2013 - 09:58 PM

I recently got a new laptop (Asus S56C-DH51). I was using the laptop in a room, while my brother was using his laptop in the same room. We were both playing a game. Throughout the game, my laptop's ping was spiking to 500 ms every few seconds. My brother's ping was 80 the entire time. I have been experiencing lag spikes continuously since I got this new laptop. I have tried re-installing my wireless adapter drivers. I have also tried changing the power settings so my laptop will not turn off the wireless internet to save power. My network adapter is an Atheros AR9485. Can someone help me figure out why my internet is spiking?

Edited by Peterlu654, 06 July 2013 - 10:17 PM.

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