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Windows 7: HP Laptop running same speed on ethernet cable as Wireless

05 May 2015   #1
anthony george

 
 
HP Laptop running same speed on ethernet cable as Wireless

Hi Everyone
I wonder if anyone can help me please.
Make HP g56 Laptop
ISP Virgin Media Cable 150 meg connection
Router Virgin Media Superhub
Norton Intternet Security
No other protection is turned on

I have two computers connected to the Hub

My wifes computer fujitsu 4 core runs at the true 150 meg speed with wired ethernet cable (Perfect)

My laptop however runs at half speed with wired ethernet connection. In fact it runs at the same speed as it does when connecting via wireless to the same superhub. about 75 megs.

I have posted an ipconfig image if this is any help.

Kindest Regards

Anthony George




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05 May 2015   #2
maxie

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Hi .... You have to remember it is up to 150mb ... You will not get this speed all the time ..

Have you just got Virgin Installed lately if so it takes some time to settle ...

Also does your Network Adapter support the top speed ? ...


As for wireless and Lan connections they can be the same speed with Virgin ... Though you should be getting more than 75mb at times ....


Virgin Media - Extremely fast broadband speeds
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