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Then looks like need the network adapter driver for WiFi listed on Dell as i believe Realtek was for Ethernet. Your speed test gave me just 1.75 MBPS, about the same as the speed tests I run on CNET and others. I think I'd now only recommend residential CenturyLink to very light internet users, like my parents or in-laws. I submitted the form and waited. Source
sakitech 1,129,121 views 14:34 AT&T DSL Internet Problem Fix - Duration: 6:15. The install went well, no problems to report. Message 5 of 50 0 Kudos Reply Reply kazbear123 Teacher Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 01-19-2015 2:31 PM How would a 2-3 gig download work on a slow,metered connection. http://internethelp.centurylink.com/internethelp/troubleshooting-slow-speeds.html
To be completely honest, I don't even understand the question. This helps other members find answers quickly. sergiopa2002 148,313 views 8:22 Solving WiFi Issues - WiFi Tips and Tricks - Duration: 14:04. Yes.
Last Jump to page: Related Threads Internet Explorer is very Slow... Your device. 6. When I first moved to Colorado nearly a decade ago, I signed up for Comcast's Residential high-speed internet service, and I hated it. I actually feel bad for how many people I've recommended go to CenturyLink.
I had a contract with Comcast Business Internet ready to sign in my inbox. KOMO News asked him if the Whitfords should be getting 768 kilobytes per second."Uh, no," he said. "It wouldn't necessarily without making a change in the network to enable it."He means ThioJoe 3,832,693 views 6:40 Fixing Wired and Wireless Internet Connection Problems - Duration: 21:05. check these guys out I went over to Linksys’ support page, found my router, and saw that a newer version, 2.0.06, was available.
and 1 MBPS isn't going to fly. Called and they said (again) I'd never get another. This feature is not available right now. Register Help Remember Me?
This will affect the speed you can send and receive information. this contact form Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are Howard suggested I look into CenturyLink Business Class, which removes the cap. Forum New Posts FAQ Tutorial Index Tutorials Join Us Forum Windows 10 Forums Network and Sharing Windows 10: VERY Slow Internet After Upgrade to 10 Page 1 of 8 123 ...
Loading... Like I said, and like I had told many people, CenturyLink had no usage caps. I was transferred to Securities again and spoke with a Securities Agent.
In the next video linked below is how to troubleshoot your wifi connection.
I publicly praised CenturyLink's customer service yet again. @CenturyLink resolution: I've been removed from the list of accounts that get such notices. It was great. I've dealt with Comcast Business Internet representatives in the sales department, billing department, and technical support department, and all of them were extremely helpful and friendly. But like ya'll I'm fixing to give up on them.
Solved! I called the number on the letter, which connected me to technical support, and person who I will call Jordan. I'm currently sitting at 0.09 mbps, with a tech call that resulted in nothing. http://realink.org/solved-slow/solved-slow-reaction.html So I asked to speak to the highest manager I can be transferred to, because if I have to tell the whole story again I want it to be at the
Rating is available when the video has been rented. The highest I have seen it get is 1.54 and that is with everything off after doing a test on the tv. The good ol' days. Eventually Qwest became CenturyLink after an acquisition/merge.