I noticed a week or so ago that the connection quality of my Wifi was consistently lower than normal, and the speed was down to 10-20% of normal. Nothing had changed with hardware or location of the PC or router. After a bit of messing around, I went with a new network adaptor (USB). This improved the quality of the connection, which is now always "Excellent", never drops out.
However, there have been other issues since fitting the new adaptor. Websites don't load fully, videos don't always load or playback is suddenly halted, pictures are half-loaded and so on - kinda like you'd expect packet loss to look maybe? The speed has improved to it's usual state (~19mpbs down, ~1mbps up).
Re insterting the old adaptor doesn't change these half-loading problems. I borrowed a friend's Netgear adaptor and that also didn't help.
I'm running a self build from 2009ish, running Windows 7 Pro 64 bit, sat around 20 feet from my router, which is the UK Sky Hub SR101.
I may be an idiot that's missing something obvious, who knows. Any help greatly appreciated.
MiniToolbox log is attached.
Edited by Queen-Evie, 30 March 2014 - 10:04 AM.
edited to add reference to MiniToolbox log