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Mbps keeps droping from 52 to 11-12


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hi everyone wondering if you could help me, i am not sure what is going on or why my conection is doing this it randomly happens, sometimes for days at a time where i have 12mbps (this is an imposible conection speed for mmorpgs)
i have tryed ipconfig/release,renew and flushdns, i have tryed doing what belkin say (turn everything off count to 10 and turn back on) i dont have a clue what could be doing this, my routers firmware is up to date all of my drivers are up to date, i have also tryed changing the router channel and that ddnt help at all, thank you for reading i would be happy to hear any and all suggestions that you may have. thanks for you time :-)
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Welcome to G2G

What's your signal strength like when the connection speed drops this low?
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its always on excellent im 1 floor up from the wireless and it directly under the pc
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Can you confirm that the connection speed is low between you & the router, as opposed to the Internet connection itself being low please?

Do you have any other computers in the house that connect wirelessly to this router? If so, do they suffer from the same problem?

Have you tried forcing the router to use wireless G only?
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