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Question about possible broken network card

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#1 MrMurphie


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Posted 25 September 2016 - 08:28 PM

While gaming I have discovered there is something wrong with my internet connections. I experience huge ping spikes that freeze my game on multiple different networks with other people on these networks do not experience these same problems. I have tried re-installing the drivers for my Wireless LAN and running the same tests while running Ubuntu rather than my usual windows 10 and none of these fixed the issues. I read a bit about network cards and drew the conclusion that there is something wrong with my network card, since I am fairly certain there is a problem with my hardware. I am just wondering if there are ways I can test my network card to be completely sure that it is the problem and also about the process of replacing one my network card. 

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