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I have a server that I'm using for Minecraft and Teamspeak. It is at my parents house and wire directly in the router via a 100Mbps connection. What happen is suddenly, we (me and my friend) started to lost connection to teamspeak server. We stay connected but we could not ear the other one and every time it does that, I lost my connection to minecraft.

I look everywhere if I could find someone with the same issue, nothing related found.

When I look in my task manager (on the server side) I found that everytime I got disconnect from minecraft, my Local Area Connection and my WiFi have a 100% usage spikes. The thing is I'm only connect through Cable and the wifi isn't even set up. (I have desable it but I stil have the issue).

I'm here to find what can cause that problem? What can cause the network usage to spikes up to 100%? Why did my minecraft server got over 5000ms ping with me? Why did we get disconnected from TeamSpeak?

I hope you can help me!

Lee17

(Using Windows 7 btw)

Ninja edit : Forgot what I mean by "spikes"



Edit #2 : Rewrite my text, my english isn't pretty, sorry, hope it is better now!
 

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Might be a bad cable or connector... Try to use a new (patch) cable
 

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I think it is a program running in background because when I log on the computer (via Remote Desktop Connection), I see a drop in the CPU utilization. Also, the computer was in balance mode and it was trying to go in sleep mode. I change it to performance and play around in the powersetting. It look like a little bit smoother now. We don't get disconnected now but I feel like the server could be faster. When we are 2 on the Minecraft server, I got 100% utilization until I login via Remote Desktop Connection. It is weard.

Anyway, I will switch to Debian 7 (wheeze) in few week and see how it is going. I believe a Dual Core at 2.66GHz and 4GB of DDR2 666MHz can handle a Minecraft server and a Teamspeak server no?

Also, you see the spilke in the wireless connection, that tell me it isn't a cable problem, I think.
 
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