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post #11 of 18
Yes definitely ask for a replacement.
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post #12 of 18
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Would reinstalling any of the actual motherboard drivers help? Or would that have no effect on the network interface card?
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Originally Posted by DSmooothieTM View Post

Would reinstalling any of the actual motherboard drivers help? Or would that have no effect on the network interface card?

I don't think it would but you could always try.

Did you uninstall the driver for the Ethernet through Device Manager?
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post #14 of 18
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I don't think it would but you could always try.
Did you uninstall the driver for the Ethernet through Device Manager?
Yeah, I just called ASUS and they said it'd be around 2 weeks for a new board which is why I'm desperate to fix it somehow haha.
post #15 of 18
Why not pull the wireless card out of one of the computers that are getting those fantastic upload speeds and see what happens when installed in your new rig.Just takes a few minutes to configure a wireless NIC. I am amazed at the lack of parts people that build computers have for testing.I probably have 4 PCI NICs and 2 PCIe wireless NICs,all waitng for testing duties.
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post #16 of 18
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I found out the problem!! I installed ASUS suite 2 to help me monitor my fan speeds and overclock my cpu and there's a thing called iNetwork control (which I never setup anything for) which makes it so you can basically allocate more of your internet speed to a certain application (say battlefield 3). Anyways, shut it off and my internet speed is right back to normal. I don't get why it was taking away internet speed from my web browsers if I have never setup anything to prioritize over it though..

But it's all good now smile.gif
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post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by PCCstudent View Post

Why not pull the wireless card out of one of the computers that are getting those fantastic upload speeds and see what happens when installed in your new rig.Just takes a few minutes to configure a wireless NIC. I am amazed at the lack of parts people that build computers have for testing.I probably have 4 PCI NICs and 2 PCIe wireless NICs,all waitng for testing duties.
And I wish I did because that probably woulda helped me figure this out quicker. But I'm 19 and don't have the money for all those things and this is my first PC I built by myself.
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Glad you got it sorted thumb.gif
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