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Constant, random disconnects when gaming

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#1 gibdo


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Posted 11 March 2017 - 01:10 AM

Hey there!


Basically what happens are disconnects/lag at random times. The lag is random, especially when playing League/Overwatch, and so are the disconnects. I'll just straight up lose connection or the network will be 'Limited'. 


This is an issue that has persisted for a long time, and it's getting ridiculous. It all happened several months ago when I reset Windows, and it's been happening ever since, even after multiple resets. I've researched all over the internet and have not found a solution yet, though I did fix it somehow at one point (though it came back after resetting).


I've tried two different adaptors, adjusting power settings, and tons of other stuff. This does not happen on my other devices. I also have good internet, peaking at 180 DL, and I am right above my router.


I've also observed a few things: Chrome often hangs, especially on YouTube. This might be connected to the issue.

Closing Chrome/browser helps a lot, but it still doesn't fix the issue.


Any ideas?


Thanks loads, and I really appreciate the help.

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