|06 Feb 2010||#1|
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Internet connection progressively slowing down?
I've bumped into quite an unusual problem.
I've noticed yesterday evening that the internet connection on my desktop PC is becoming progressively lagging.
All I need is to restart my PC and it gets back to normal, for a short while at least.
It does not seem to be a network problem, since when I'm connected via the laptop, even at the same time as the desktop is lagging there is no change in speed.
I connect my desktop to the WiFi via a D-LINK WUA-2340 USB.
I am using Windows 7 Professional on an Inter Core i5 2.67Ghz, 4GB RAM and a Gigabyte P55-UD4P motherboard.
I have been using the same hardware configuration on the network for quite some time now with no problems.
A couple of days back I flashed my BIOS and updated the drivers for the Gigabyte P55-UD4P. I do not know if these changes are interrelated.
Insight would be highly appreciated!
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