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#61
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You might want to try disabling IPv6:  Not much use for it and it just wastes bandwidth and cpu time as far as I can tell.  MS says you need it for Homegroup but I'm not convinced.

 

https://support.micr...S?wa=wsignin1.0

 

I would do the one that says: Disable IPv6

 

If you need to go back you can bookmark the page and then come back and do: Re-enable IPv6

 

You might also try changing your DNS to a static entry of 8.8.8.8,and  75.75.75.75

 

See:http://www.opennicpr...s-in-windows-7/

 

8.8.8.8 is google's public dns.  75.75.75.75 is Comcasts which you have now.

 

I am seeing a lot of  Received Address Errors.  Expect you are connecting to Comcast cable with just their modem.  I would add a cheap router.  (Just got one from Newegg for about $25).  This would isolate you from the rest of your local cable network.  I expect if you type:

 

arp -a

 

in the command window

 

that you will see a lot of dynamic addresses.  (Ignore the Static ones.  They are the same on all PCs).  I only have two, my router and a network printer.

 

C:\Windows\system32>arp -a

 
Interface: 192.168.1.106 --- 0xb
  Internet Address      Physical Address      Type
  192.168.1.1           68-1c-a2-01-af-6a     dynamic
  192.168.1.101         b0-10-41-4b-fa-f1     dynamic
  192.168.1.255         ff-ff-ff-ff-ff-ff     static
  224.0.0.2             01-00-5e-00-00-02     static
  224.0.0.22            01-00-5e-00-00-16     static
  224.0.0.251           01-00-5e-00-00-fb     static
  224.0.0.252           01-00-5e-00-00-fc     static
  239.255.255.250       01-00-5e-7f-ff-fa     static
  255.255.255.255       ff-ff-ff-ff-ff-ff     static
 
You have more connections that I do in netstat -an.  Get TCPVIEW:
 
 
Download, Save, and Right click and Run As Admin.  Then File, Save As, to your desktop, tcp OK.  This should create a file tcp.txt on your desktop.  Open it and copy and paste (or attach the file) to a reply.

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OK, I got all of that except where to change my DNS to static entry. Side note, I opened up and vacuumed out my computer.  I'm ashamed I put it off this long.  I know better. There may have been a small puppy hiding in there among the dust bunnies. And only two dynamic connections in the command window you asked for.  But if that shows how many connections are using my internet, no one has devices online right now.

 

And I have a pretty decent (at least I thought it was) netgear router in my garage.  We have had tons of trouble with our internet and wifi since moving into our home several years ago.  So the last time we contacted comcast they gave us this "super spiffy" two in one modem router that is supposed to be better for PS3's, gaming and streaming.  We don't do a lot of gaming but tons of netflix streaming to the PS3 so they gave us this device to specifically address that. Should I grab my router anyway?

 

 

[System Process] 0 TCP harrishome-pc icslap 10.0.0.1 1566 TIME_WAIT
[System Process] 0 TCP HarrisHome-PC wsd localhost 49297 TIME_WAIT
[System Process] 0 TCP harrishome-pc 49286 r-057-040-234-077.ff.avast.com http TIME_WAIT
[System Process] 0 TCP harrishome-pc 49287 r-057-040-234-077.ff.avast.com http TIME_WAIT
[System Process] 0 TCP harrishome-pc 49294 10.0.0.1 ssdp TIME_WAIT
[System Process] 0 TCP harrishome-pc 50002 harrishome-pc 49296 TIME_WAIT
[System Process] 0 TCP harrishome-pc 61049 harrishome-pc 49298 TIME_WAIT
[System Process] 0 TCP harrishome-pc 49305 hp57781c 3911 TIME_WAIT
[System Process] 0 TCP harrishome-pc 50002 harrishome-pc 49302 TIME_WAIT 8 2,560 1 162
[System Process] 0 TCP harrishome-pc 61049 harrishome-pc 49303 TIME_WAIT 8 1,689 1 162
[System Process] 0 TCP HarrisHome-PC wsd localhost 49306 TIME_WAIT
AppleMobileDeviceService.exe 1748 TCP HarrisHome-PC 27015 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AppleMobileDeviceService.exe 1748 TCP HarrisHome-PC 27015 localhost 49193 ESTABLISHED
AppleMobileDeviceService.exe 1748 UDP HarrisHome-PC 61516 * *
AppleMobileDeviceService.exe 1748 UDP HarrisHome-PC 61517 * *
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12025 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12110 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12119 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12143 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12465 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12563 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12993 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12995 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 27275 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP harrishome-pc 49163 r-062-041-234-077.ff.avast.com http ESTABLISHED
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12025 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12110 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12119 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12143 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12465 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12563 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12993 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12995 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCP HarrisHome-PC 27275 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 12025 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 12110 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 12119 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 12143 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 12465 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 12563 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 12993 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 12995 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
AvastSvc.exe 1204 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 27275 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
chrome.exe 1916 TCP harrishome-pc 49281 mad01s25-in-f9.1e100.net https ESTABLISHED
chrome.exe 1916 TCP harrishome-pc 49285 live.sysinternals.com http ESTABLISHED
CLMSService.exe 1512 TCP HarrisHome-PC 23998 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
CLMSService.exe 1512 TCP HarrisHome-PC 61049 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
CLMSService.exe 1512 UDP HarrisHome-PC ssdp * * 6 1,972 36 9,294
CLMSService.exe 1512 UDP harrishome-pc ssdp * *
CLMSService.exe 1512 UDP HarrisHome-PC 59448 * *
DMREngine.exe 3492 TCP HarrisHome-PC 50002 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
DMREngine.exe 3492 UDP harrishome-pc ssdp * * 12 3,714 36 9,294
DMREngine.exe 3492 UDP harrishome-pc ssdp * *
HPNetworkCommunicator.exe 3824 TCP harrishome-pc 49204 hp57781c 8080 ESTABLISHED 1 95 2 289
iTunesHelper.exe 192 TCP HarrisHome-PC 49193 localhost 27015 ESTABLISHED
iTunesHelper.exe 192 UDP HarrisHome-PC 51655 * *
iTunesHelper.exe 192 UDP HarrisHome-PC 51656 * *
lsass.exe 644 TCP HarrisHome-PC 49154 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
lsass.exe 644 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 49154 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
mDNSResponder.exe 1896 TCP HarrisHome-PC 5354 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
mDNSResponder.exe 1896 UDP harrishome-pc 5353 * * 1 75
mDNSResponder.exe 1896 UDP HarrisHome-PC 61518 * *
mDNSResponder.exe 1896 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 5353 * *
mDNSResponder.exe 1896 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 61519 * *
services.exe 636 TCP HarrisHome-PC 49167 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
services.exe 636 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 49167 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
spoolsv.exe 1484 TCP HarrisHome-PC 49157 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
spoolsv.exe 1484 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 49157 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
svchost.exe 852 TCP HarrisHome-PC epmap HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
svchost.exe 984 TCP HarrisHome-PC 49153 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
svchost.exe 336 TCP HarrisHome-PC 49155 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
svchost.exe 260 TCP HarrisHome-PC 49289 localhost icslap ESTABLISHED 1 233 2 5,889
svchost.exe 984 UDP harrishome-pc bootpc * *
svchost.exe 336 UDP HarrisHome-PC isakmp * *
svchost.exe 1404 UDP harrishome-pc ssdp * * 4 1,568 38 5,748
svchost.exe 1404 UDP HarrisHome-PC ssdp * *
svchost.exe 260 UDP HarrisHome-PC ws-discovery * * 12 7,488
svchost.exe 1404 UDP HarrisHome-PC ws-discovery * * 4 4,896 8 4,992
svchost.exe 1404 UDP HarrisHome-PC ws-discovery * *
svchost.exe 260 UDP HarrisHome-PC ws-discovery * *
svchost.exe 336 UDP HarrisHome-PC ipsec-msft * *
svchost.exe 1096 UDP HarrisHome-PC llmnr * *
svchost.exe 1404 UDP harrishome-pc 59615 * * 10 1,130 39 10,518 1,056 4
svchost.exe 1404 UDP HarrisHome-PC 59616 * * 10 1,130 4 1,568
svchost.exe 1404 UDP HarrisHome-PC 64020 * *
svchost.exe 260 UDP HarrisHome-PC 64022 * * 8 4,992 8 15,072
svchost.exe 852 TCPV6 harrishome-pc epmap harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
svchost.exe 984 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 49153 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
svchost.exe 336 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 49155 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
svchost.exe 336 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 500 * *
svchost.exe 1404 UDPV6 harrishome-pc ssdp * *
svchost.exe 1404 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 3702 * *
svchost.exe 260 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 3702 * *
svchost.exe 1404 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 3702 * *
svchost.exe 260 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 3702 * *
svchost.exe 336 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 4500 * *
svchost.exe 1404 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 59614 * * 8 3,104
svchost.exe 1404 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 64021 * *
svchost.exe 260 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 64023 * *
svchost.exe 260 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 49300 harrishome-pc icslap ESTABLISHED 1 229 2 5,889
System 4 TCP harrishome-pc netbios-ssn HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCP HarrisHome-PC icslap localhost 49289 ESTABLISHED 2 5,889 1 233
System 4 TCP HarrisHome-PC microsoft-ds HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCP HarrisHome-PC icslap HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCP HarrisHome-PC wsd HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCP HarrisHome-PC 10243 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCP HarrisHome-PC 12000 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCP HarrisHome-PC 50248 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
System 4 UDP harrishome-pc netbios-ns * * 3 150
System 4 UDP harrishome-pc netbios-dgm * *
System 4 TCPV6 harrishome-pc microsoft-ds harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCPV6 harrishome-pc icslap harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCPV6 harrishome-pc wsd harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 10243 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 12000 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 50248 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
System 4 TCP harrishome-pc microsoft-ds harrishome-pc 49299 ESTABLISHED 87 14,408 89 12,967
System 4 TCP harrishome-pc 49299 harrishome-pc microsoft-ds ESTABLISHED 85 12,156 86 13,956
System 4 TCPV6 [0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1] icslap [0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1] 49300 ESTABLISHED 2 5,889 1 229
wininit.exe 540 TCP HarrisHome-PC 49152 HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
wininit.exe 540 TCPV6 harrishome-pc 49152 harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
wmpnetwk.exe 3948 TCP HarrisHome-PC rtsp HarrisHome-PC 0 LISTENING
wmpnetwk.exe 3948 UDP HarrisHome-PC 5004 * *
wmpnetwk.exe 3948 UDP HarrisHome-PC 5005 * *
wmpnetwk.exe 3948 TCPV6 harrishome-pc rtsp harrishome-pc 0 LISTENING
wmpnetwk.exe 3948 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 5004 * *
wmpnetwk.exe 3948 UDPV6 harrishome-pc 5005 * *

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See if your cleaning helped:

 

Get speedfan
 
Download, save and Install it (Win 7 or Vista right click and Run As Admin.) then run it  (Win 7 or Vista right click and Run As Admin.).
 
It will tell you your temps in real time.
 
TCPView doesn't show anything unexpected.  Guess the difference is all of the itunes stuff.
 
Not sure why you are getting a lot of  Received Address Errors if this is a true router which your arp -a results indicate.  I have none.  Perhaps the modem/router is not 100% good.  You might just stick your old router in between your PC and the modem/Router and see if it makes a difference.

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Speed Fan lists:

 

temp 1  35C

temp 2  27C

temp 3  -128C

hd0     38C

GPU   35C

Core   36C

 

I'll go dig out my router and play and see how it goes.  What should I be looking for?  Also, what is my target temp range?  


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Under 40 is good.  35 is like new so you did a good job.  The one that reads negative is of course bogus.  Probably not a sensor.

 

As far as the router goes I would just look to see if internet connections are better or worse or unchanged.  


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