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Hello,

I have an issue with my connection. When i first bought this computer i get download speeds up 2.2mbps most days and gaming is just fine. It started about last week when my connections barely pass 50kbps. I set up my modem and router in the living room and this PC is located in my bedroom. All the laptops and my macbook pro connect just fine without lag except my PC. I wonder if it's something wrong with my PC's hardware. I have the MSI Z87I mini ITX mobo that has wifi antena. I don't know how to fix this besides updating drivers or maybe try to reformat windows incase of virus. Anyone can help please show me how to diagnost this issue and fix it.

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If you're using wireless it might be the antenna position or the amount of walls blocking and the distance between the PC and the router/modem. Check your wireless card settings to see if you can adjust anything. You can try to put the router in a high position so you can get better signal or try to move the router somewhere else. Also check the channel you're using, use something like inSSIDer to see what channels your neighbors are using as it's better to run a channel with the least amount of people on it. Worst comes to worst you might need to get a repeater.
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