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Wireless Internet Extremely Poor On New Laptop
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John - Network Engineer / Systems Administrator Reply to JuJuan m 0 l opticgeekify April 24, 2014 11:03:36 PM Rhino8123 said:Wire the laptop into your network. Thank you so much for all the help! You can find the option to do this on either the application's System Menu (Alt-Spacebar) or on the Add/Remove nameservers dialog on the Nameservers page.
- W8.1 Internet Connection problems, Slow loadings etc.
- Turns out it was the LAN adaptor bugging out.
- The problem happened both when using my router at my house and one at my friend's house which uses an entirely different router.
- I can switch to Standard version.
- Does it say 10mpb or 100mbps?
- This is one thing you can try to restore your internet connection.
- I can attach the conclusions here if it'll help?
- Until then, you should consider these timing results to be invalid.
- You should see at least two devices listed.
- I don't think that the problem is with the router, all of the other computers and devices on the network work just fine.
I will post back here when I'm back and hopefully I can get some help with this. Computer Barbie, Jan 9, 2017, in forum: Networking Replies: 10 Views: 458 Computer Barbie Jan 11, 2017 Win 7 Desktop PC Won't Connect to Wireless Internet PurpleCheeseStick, Dec 11, 2016, in But the variance there indicates a problem with the router, the adapter or its driver, or some unseen interference (e.g., from a 2.4 Ghz cordless phone or baby monitor). I then used two of them with my own ISP's DNS as the primary one and it worked perfectly!
I did that DNS Spoofability test thing as well and it all seems okay. The way I see it, it's a problem just between my laptop and my home network. I uninstalled and installed drivers but no difference, it says the driver I used to have is already up to date. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/how-do-i-improve-the-wi-fi-reception-on-a-laptop-559651/ That Gateway does have a bad history of its Wifi Chipset not being the best.
It says if you want to manually enter DNS servers, then you should set it to Static IP, but I kept it as Dynamic like you said. darman123 years agoReplyTry disabling and then re-enabling your laptop's wireless radio. That's why I think it's a problem just between my network and this specific laptop considering the laptop is fine on other networks, while other laptops/computers are fine on my home When you have time, don't forget to give that a try.
the built in wifi on the gateway that you have. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2152716/wireless-internet-slow-laptop-fast-laptop.html I have Virgin Media's 125 MBPS internet with there Super hub 2. I can also attach the CSV file with the results if needed but it's honestly just a huge list of number (at least to me). credit.
Click on Local Areal Network and see what it says to the right of Speed. weblink I have Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160 I tried updating the driver, but it tells me the driver is already up to date. If you need help with that see TSG Posting a Screenshot. Ask !
Sep 14, 2012 #16 Embraze TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 21 Conclusions from the Benchmark software. Its a great program to have but unfortunately on a ASUS it's a decision you have to make. It appears that only one local (router gateway) DNS nameserver, with the IP address of [192.168.0.1], is currently providing all DNS name resolution services to this system. http://winnthosting.com/wireless-internet/wireless-internet-conundrum.html TerryNet, Jan 1, 2013 #8 bmcke Thread Starter Joined: Dec 31, 2012 Messages: 5 When moving closer ping times in general are around 1-2ms faster, but the problem of it spiking
Also this is what pinging google.com typically looks like while the computer is idle: Now if I were to be in a game, that area with the higher pings would result Computer Type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell OS Windows 8 Quote 06 Sep 2014 #8 popeye View Profile View Forum Posts VIP Member United States Posts : 3,093 Windows 8.1 Pro Also, I don't see any DNS configuration in my router's WAN settings, but I do see it in the PPPOE settings - manually entering a primary and secondary DNS.
I don't really understand all of it but it seems to be saying I have the nameserver that's faster than all public alternatives, and that I should be careful about the
Back to top #3 No_Skillz No_Skillz Topic Starter Members 5 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:54 AM Posted 26 July 2015 - 08:51 PM Signal bar strength is excellent Status: IPv4 Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? As for slow speed. Maybe I'm doing something wrong in the settings.
Please consider taking the time to create a custom resolver list. Register Windows 7 Forum Forum Windows 8 Forums Network & Sharing Brand New Laptop EXTREMELY slow internet connection Brand New Laptop EXTREMELY slow internet connection 04 Sep 2014 #1 cherriebark View Brand-new HP Pavilion 10-e010nr laptop is incredibly slow in General Support I recently received a brand-new HP Pavilion 10-e010nr laptop for Christmas. his comment is here If trying to do something like playing a game then it can start shooting all the way up to over 1000-2000 and will sometimes just have the request time out.
Loading... Sep 14, 2012 #20 Embraze TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 21 I did as you asked, and listed two DNS servers - the one from my ISP and the one that This thread is a bit old, but if anyone is still around can I get a summarized help of what I should do to fix it? This is specifically the wireless browsing that's slow.
Computer Type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Toshiba Satellite C850D-st3nx1 OS Linux Mint 17.2 CPU AMD E1-1200 APU with Radeon (tm) HD Graphics 1.40 GHZ Memory 12GB Graphics Card AMD Radeon™ HD I dont have the 802.11n, but I have the Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! I just want to know if there is a way fix the problem without messing with the modem.
bmcke, Jan 1, 2013 #5 TerryNet Terry Moderator Joined: Mar 23, 2005 Messages: 72,913 Please attach a screen shot of the Networks page (don't collapse the Radar, Connection or Signal History) When you say "slow browsing", what do you mean; slow in connecting to the site(s) or slow to load the page or slow scrolling? I just installed Windows 8.1 that i have already had very many problems with, the most acute right now would be my internet connection problems. This will not mess with their settings.
After saving the settings and rebooting, the internet wouldn't connect at all.