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Windows 7: I need a super User here! Help me TS why Netflix crashes downstream

31 May 2014   #1
phalynx212

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit with SP1 fully windows updated.
 
 
I need a super User here! Help me TS why Netflix crashes downstream

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-s...orrenting.html

Why would netflix crash my download speed and then, my downstream speed will incrementally increase as data pours in?
AND, As I run speedtests, my results will rise 1-2Mbps with each test until I reach my cap.
A speedtest will not cause this to happen.
A youtube video will not cause this to happen.
This can be triggered on demand!
The same thing happens with torrents.
There is no torrent program on this rig now.
I use netflix, however.
Roll up your sleeves and see link above.
Give me some things to try please.

Respectfully,
T.




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31 May 2014   #2
phalynx212

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit with SP1 fully windows updated.
 
 

I'm thinking out loud here.
Since I don't know where else to start on my PC and with no access to the 192.168.router...which I wouldn't know what to look for in there anyways, perhaps a good step to isolate would be to access netflix from another PC and see if it triggers.
Again, I like to troubleshoot.
Currently, I'm seeking the ultimate answer of the universe and how it came to be.
But I got distracted by this problem.
Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?

Edit: Restarting the PC does not alleviate this problem.
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01 Jun 2014   #3
phalynx212

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit with SP1 fully windows updated.
 
 

no help huh?
no ideas?
nothing?
Maybe you can recommend a good and knowledgeable networking forum I can try?
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