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All browsers crashing and slow

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#1 rawlith


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Posted 14 October 2016 - 10:47 AM

Hello Computer Wizards,


I have just built a computer with the following components:




Windows 10 Enterprise installed.

The issue I'm getting is with browsing. The TP Link software indicates that my WiFi connection is very stable (60% signal strength, 78Mbps) but Chrome, Edge and Firefox are all very slow to load pages and mostly just won't load them full stop, chrome crashes within 2 minutes of opening most of the time. Things seem to work fine in "Safe mode with networking". Laptop and phone work just fine on the WiFi.


I have tried the following to solve the issue to no avail:


Turn off and on again (computer and modem)

Delete all browser plug-ins

Remove Peer to peer blocking software

Full antivirus scan (Malwarebytes, adwcleaner) 0 problems found

Update all drivers for graphics card, network card, motherboard e.t.c.

Reinstall Chrome

Tried -no-sandbox mode

Complete memory diagnostic (Memtest86+ 3 passes no errors)


Starting to get a little flustered. Can anyone help?

Edited by rawlith, 14 October 2016 - 10:48 AM.

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Posted 16 October 2016 - 03:38 AM


I think the problem is not related to the Internet. It seems like games are not running properly at all. Very laggy and sound is cracking up. I have the feeling it's a hardware problem now but I don't know how to confirm.

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