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Internet Constantly Disconnecting for Fraction of a Second


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manstar

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Hey guys, my internet has been disconnecting for a fraction of a second for months now, and I'm hoping you guys could help me find a fix to this.

I've realised it happening to JAVA run games, and this DCing happens on my other computer in my house, so I'm not sure to whether it's a router problem, or a coincidental problem on both computers.

I've taken a MiniToolbox test, and here are the results:

http://pastebin.com/EZA3JARZ

Also, whenever I run a ping test on http://www.pingtest.net/, my java ends up crashing, I don't know if this is linked to the disconnections.

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I hope you guys can help me out :happy:

Edited by manstar, 02 December 2013 - 03:31 AM.

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Artellos

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Hello there Manstar!
Welcome to Geeks to Go! :thumbsup:

Are you still having these issues? I can give a shot at this if you are still willing to give it a try.

Also another question; How savvy are you with computers? Do you know how to open the command line, for example? (Just to give me an idea on how detailed the instructions need to be ;) )

Regards,
Olrik
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