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Originally Posted by RaCeR123
Hey thanks for the help I will try that ASAP. Does maybe anyone else know the problem that could be causing this. I mean, I had it connected to CAT5 and a Wireless Modem and both received the same speed. 300 KB/s. I called Comcast again and they told me that the Speed is nothing to worry about unless it is under 100Kb's... But My 2nd Computer gets 6 mbit ... what could cause my computer to cap the connection at 300 kb/s ?
The fact that two machines on your lan are getting two different speeds tells me that it is not Comcast. You may also try disconnecting your other machine and trying to do the speed test. The faster machine may be getting some sort of preference from the router. Never seen it before, but it wouldn't surprise me.
    
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i already tried that. I Hooked the modem up directly to the computer and I still only get 300 KB/s max. When I do a speed test it hits 300KB/s within half a second but then just stays there for the remaining 10 seconds almost like its capped. I called comcast and they said its not capped. What could be causing it... I know its now the modem, network adapter, cat5 or router. It has to be something in my computer I would assume. But what... ???? I am so frustrated.
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