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What happens if you connect the PC with a cable rather than wireless?

Are any of the devices that aren't showing the issue also on WiFi?

What about distance, if you move the PC right next to the router does it work better?  What if you run a test on a portable device next to where the computer is, does it get slower speeds now?
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Computer News / Re: Windows 10S - Some info on it and my thoughts
« Last post by Geek-9pm on Today at 06:00:51 PM »
I was about to agree with you 100 %.
But I read this:
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Microsoft’s bolstering Windows 10 S with a Windows Intune Education tool that allows you to configure a system image using a wizard, then slap it on a USB key that can be used to installed that customized version of Windows 10 S on any PC in under 30 seconds. That’s fast deployment. Myerson said a school in Colorado set up over 600 laptops in a single day using 30 of these Windows 10 S USB sticks.
http://www.pcworld.com/article/3193700/windows/meet-windows-10-s-a-streamlined-simplified-windows-store-only-os-for-schools.html
This can help Microsoft move ahead in the education market. Deployment in under 30 seconds. Hard to believe!
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The driver from EVGA and Nvidia is the same version.
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You didnt read my post...use the manuf. drivers...not nVidia.
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Borrow a known good one of the same or greater wattage and swap it in there

You'll know by the next day if thats the culprit.
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No Yellows in Device Manager. Yes it is the original PSU.
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Networking / Re: Internet connection slow on one PC but no other devices
« Last post by Hackoo on Today at 03:01:03 PM »
1 - Try to test your internet speed with this : http://www.speedtest.net/ and share your results here !

2 - Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST)



  • Please download Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (x32) or Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (x64) and save the file to your Desktop.
  • Note: Download and run the version compatible with your system (32 or 64-bit). Download both if you're unsure; only one will run.
  • Double-Click FRST.exe or FRST64.exe to run the programme
  • Click Yes to the disclaimer.
  • Ensure the Addition.txt box is checked.
  • Click the Scan button and let the program run.
  • Upon completion, click OK, then OK on the Addition.txt pop up screen.
  • Two logs (FRST.txt & Addition.txt) will now be open on your Desktop. Copy the contents of both logs and paste them to https://pastebin.com. Post the links here.
3 - Scan_Registry_Run_Keys.bat is a batch file to get informations about your running keys on the registry and to check all your startup items that starts with windows, all running processes with their commands lines, all connections (established and in listening)
  • Startup items
  • Process list
  • Services List
  • Scheduled task list
  • File Hosts's contents
  • All Network connections
  • DNS Cache
So you should, copy and paste this code with your notepad and save it as Scan_Registry_Run_Keys.bat and execute it as administrator to generate a text report that you can join it on the http://pastebin.com and post its link here in your next reply !
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Networking / Internet connection slow on one PC but no other devices
« Last post by CorySmith on Today at 02:40:02 PM »
I have recently moved house and in doing so I have recently changed broadband providers. so with me getting a new broadband I connected all of the devices to the internet and started doing a speed test to see if I was getting what I was paying for which I was 50Mbps down and 20Mbps Up. with all this doing good I decided to set-up my pc. when I connect my pc to the broadband I noticed that the internet wasn't running as fast as other devices in fact it was running considerably slower. I thought I might of been a driver outdated so I updated my driver still no improvement. so I reset the hole of my pc hoping it will help because maybe it was malware on my pc. so with it been all reset with nothing on I thought I would download the drivers again. still no improvement, at this point I'm confused... I thought maybe it was my USB wireless adapter so I bought a PCI on board wireless card. this did not improve it at all. In fact it was the same.

at this point I don't know what else I could do. I will write my PC spec below and hope that someone could help me with my problem.

GPU: GTX 960 4GB
CPU:AMD Ryzen 5 1500x Quad-core
Network adapter:N300 USB Network Adapter
                         802.11n Wireless LAN CARD
Operating system:Windows 10 Home

Thanks,

Cory
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Lastest drivers are installed. CG is a GTX 970 by the way. Didn't had the problem with my previous monitor.
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Go back to the drivers from the card manuf. site...
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