Try running a speed test while connected through Wi-Fi.
Just click "Begin Test" when page is done loading.
Do not post the results, just see if the download speed matches the
advertised speed of your connection.
Next let's try connecting the laptop through an ethernet port
on the router, and see if the same issues occur.(not likely)
The hotel was actually a hotel I was staying in, and while it technically was a "public hotspot", it was password protected, and you had to get the password from the hotel.
That is good that it was password protected.
However, did this problem occur before your stay at the hotel,
or is this when you first noticed it?
The only reason I ask is that even protected hotspots
can be vulnerable to malicious activity.
Like for instance, if a commonly used program on
your system alerts you to an available update
connected to this hotspot
, malware could be
uploaded through the update.
Though I think this would be pretty rare.When did you first notice this issue
my main concern.
After you do what I requested we'll see if
we can get a g2g tech. to help us along on this issue.
The reason I say this is due to the fact that
I am a student here and do not want to violate
any rules by having you run software/system scans
which I am not authorized to.
Thank you for your patience.
Edited by SupeR GeekiN CognitO, 18 August 2012 - 11:56 PM.