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Windows 7: Massive Drop in Down Speed

06 Oct 2009   #11

7600.20510 x86

768 kb/sec is a common speed tier offered by ISPs. You should check with them what speed you're syncing at. Usually you can see for yourself in the DSL modem config page or cable router config page.

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