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Please help solve my browser problem.... slow....!!!!

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#1 Layfield50


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Posted 26 February 2015 - 10:16 AM

I have two desktop computers both running windows 7 and both connected to the internet wirelessly using the same Asus wireless router. The one PC runs just great and the other takes forever (15-20 seconds) to bring up a web page. When I use "Speedtest.net" to measure download speed the one gets 45-55 Mb/sec and the other will not even run let alone report a speed.


I run System Mechanic Pro on both as well as MalwareBytes and CCleaner now and then. The PC with the problem has always performed wonderfully until about a week ago. I have tried Firefox, IE, and Chrome but the results are the same for all browsers. I have also connected to the router directly with CAT 5 and it makes no difference. I have no idea what has caused this nor do I know what to do to fix it.


I would really appreciate having help in performing further troubleshooting and getting this machine back to normal.





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#2 rtccmichael


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Posted 26 February 2015 - 12:52 PM

If possible, try plugging the computer directly in to the router to rule out the wifi card as a problem. 


In Internet Explorer, go into Tools -> Internet Options -> Connections -> LAN Settings. If anything in there is checked, uncheck it.


To test connectivity, go into Command Prompt (Start -> Run -> cmd.exe) and type: ping google.com

See what kind of ping times you get. You should probably be getting under 30ms pings. 

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