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Lag Spikes out of nowhere


Best Answer Ztruker , 21 August 2015 - 05:33 PM

AVG strikes again! Go to the full post »


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When i play online games i lag every 1 min for about 5 seconds(even freezes the game and the ping sky rockets).I dont usually lag,it happened about 2-3 weeks ago and it came from nowhere.
Any suggestions?

 

here is the speccy report: http://speccy.pirifo...vjvZ3GR5A1gvGVQ


Edited by mdc1600, 15 August 2015 - 08:42 AM.

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I*s this reproducible?  If so, try doing a Clean Boot to see if you can identify a program or service that is causing the problem.

 

Perform a clean startup to determine whether background programs are interfering with your game or program


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I did a clean boot and its not a program or service causing the problems.....


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Is it every game or one specific game?

Does it happen all the time or only sometimes?

 

Any changes to your system around that time? Add or remove hardware or software, update a driver?


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Well i dont think its a specific game and happens every time.And i dont think i have made any specifing hardware,software changes to affect my problem that much.


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Try uninstalling AVG and use the built in Windows Defender or download and use Microsoft Security Essentials, see if that makes a difference.


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Thanks!That did the trick,thanks a lot again!


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AVG strikes again!


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