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Try directly connecting to the modem using a LAN cable and see if you still get lag spikes.

If you still get spikes, then it may just be your Wireless Zero Configuration. It is a utility that searches for networks, known to make its mark on XP machines. What you want to do is disable it so it stops searching and thus disrupting your connection.

Go to Run and type services.msc, ENTER. Go to Wireless Zero Configuration, right-click it, properties, then click stop.
I haven't got to try the ethernet directly into the modem yet, but I have Windows 7 and not XP, and I tried searching for that Wireless Zero Config anyways just incase and its not on there.
    
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