LAN connection speed

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by =?Utf-8?B?RW9z?=, Apr 23, 2005.

  1. I have recently formatted my Hard drive after a virus and am now in a
    position where everything seems to be working normally again.
    However one thing that seems a little strange concerns the speed of my
    Broadband/Wireless connection which is now 400Mbps using standard Virgin
    Broadband.
    What seems strange is that this is actually slower than prior to me
    re-formatting the drive when it was consistantly 470Mbps.
    Although I cannot see any reason as to why it should change I would welcome
    anyones comments as to why the connection now appears to be slower than
    previously.
    Another 'quirk' which now appears is that when connected I regularly get the
    small message window appearing concerning 'do I want to work offline' or 'try
    again' . This is despite the fact that the connection is Ok and I am able to
    browse through websites etc in the normal fashion.
    Although more of an irritant than anything else I would once again welcome
    any advice as how to eliminate the message from appearing when not necessary.

    Eos.
    =?Utf-8?B?RW9z?=, Apr 23, 2005
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