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Oddly Slow Browsing Speed/Local Area Connection fails, Possible Virus?


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Micaso

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Tried it, I think I notice a difference. Just for reference, though, I have 6 Mb Speed, technically pages should load relatively fast, right? I still have some pages that take about 6 seconds to load and others about two or three seconds.
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OK we will now reset the DNS again and see if that gets a little extra

Start an elevated command prompt :

Go Start > All Programs > Accessories
Right click Command prompt and select Run as Administrator
In the black box that opens type the following commands pressing enter after each :

ipconfig /release
ipconfig /renew


Then see if there is an improvement
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There was actually a big improvement! When I first load up a site it might take a couple of seconds, two or three, but after that navigating the site is really fast. Was it really just an IP problem?
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No it was the DNS or system site look up table.. Any further problems ?
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