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  1. I think it might be an X-Fi filter.
  2. Yeah that would give a much better speed test.
  3. Sorry I wasn't clear in that. I have a wireless gateway for Wi-Fi to the PC. I am not running a MoCA network.
  4. Hello everyone a number of months ago I decided to no longer subscribe to cable television. So I gave up on paying for two cable boxes and had went to streaming. I also upgraded the internet speed and a tech came to the house and brought an updated wireless gateway. He had installed a plastic box on the outside of the house. I assume it was a cable TV filter of some sorts. Does that filter in anyway slow down my internet speed in anyway or does it just filter out television signals? This is Xfinity cable internet. I am thinking about another upgrade in speed soon. Not sure when the XB7 wireless gateway will be available for a self install. The XB7 is available in my market area. Just by pro-install and a speed upgrade. The speed upgrade is not that much faster than I currently have. Both the download and upload are a marginal in comparison to cost effectiveness.
  5. Isn't an internet shill someone who posts fake reviews and or lies to promote products?
  6. Put an antenna in the attic and skip paying for installation.
  7. A connection for headphones and a connection for a microphone are separate.
  8. I haven't noticed any difference
  9. I have seen fake items being sold on ebay. You pay for nothing more than an empty shell.
  10. Perhaps when in safe mode with networking it is loading a base driver provided by Microsoft. If you are able to use another PC and download drivers onto a USB drive.
  11. https://www.crucial.com/ssd/mx500/ct1000mx500ssd4 <<<< Decent price good performance.
  12. I was able to find an Intel ax200 for $11.25 USD just for the chip. I would personally buy a name brand adapter. The reason being is that if you buy a generic adapter you'll end up buying the name branded adapter down the road.
  13. Just recently I had received some updates through Windows update according to my series of Intel CPU. This may or may not have been the issue. Check with both Intel corp and Windows.
  14. https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/security-center/default.html
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