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Windows 7: Slow internet speed unless I disconnect/econnect to router/network

4 Weeks Ago   #1
ricobico

windows 7 home premium 32bi
 
 
Slow internet speed unless I disconnect/econnect to router/network

every morning, or after being idle for awhile, when I go to speedtest I am at 1.5 =/- Mbps. If I then go to the system tray and disconnect then reconnect to my network, I get speeds of 50+ Mbps. It will stay this way as long as I use the PC. If I am idle for too long - not sure but a few hours - the speed drops again.

I am currently using a t-llink wn723N USB adapter, but I have several others and they all have the same issue. So I assume it is not the adapter.

USB power settings are set to "selective suspend" enabled. I have tried disabled but it doesn't seem to do anything.

My main router is on another floor and is a D-Link AC1200

Windows 7 home edition, 32 bit


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4 Weeks Ago   #2
samuria

win 8 32 bit
 
 

This has been happening since Windows Vista in most cases there has never been a proper fix when it does it from a CMD prompt type

Ipconfig /all

Does it show it still has an IP
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4 Weeks Ago   #3
ricobico

windows 7 home premium 32bi
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by samuria View Post
This has been happening since Windows Vista in most cases there has never been a proper fix when it does it from a CMD prompt type

Ipconfig /all

Does it show it still has an IP
Thanks, I was afraid of that. I will try it tomorrow when I wake it.
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3 Weeks Ago   #4
ricobico

windows 7 home premium 32bi
 
 

says IP routing enabled NO

is that what you meant?
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