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After connecting to my wi fi network i get full speed (around40Mbit) and there are no problems, but after 2-3 minutes the speed drops down to 18 to 20 Mbit.

This only happens on my laptop my phone get the full speed. Can anyone help me ?

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This might sound unrelated, but what are your system temps? Are they increasing over that time?

 

I'm using a USB Wi-Fi dongle with my desktop right now, and I've found that when it gets hot it starts having problems. I'm thinking yours might have a similar problem.

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12 hours ago, fordy_rounds said:

This might sound unrelated, but what are your system temps? Are they increasing over that time?

 

I'm using a USB Wi-Fi dongle with my desktop right now, and I've found that when it gets hot it starts having problems. I'm thinking yours might have a similar problem.

I think you usb dongle is not getting enough power, but i dont think thats the problem for me.

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@FrozenPhoenix i can think of 2 things that would do that.

 

A) load balancing when more than 1 device is connected

B) congestion down the line

current main system:

motherboard : AMD FX4130 Quad-Core 3.8Ghz

ram : 8Gig

OS : Win7 Home Premium 64-bit

Video Card : Nvidea Geforce GTX 650

Monitor: 17" LCD X-black Sony

 

Desperately needs an updated system :(

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On 9/28/2020 at 6:25 PM, FrozenPhoenix said:

After connecting to my wi fi network i get full speed (around40Mbit) and there are no problems, but after 2-3 minutes the speed drops down to 18 to 20 Mbit.

This only happens on my laptop my phone get the full speed. Can anyone help me ?

Please supply more information:

  1. What is the make/model of the wireless router? What about the make/model of the laptop’s wireless adapter?
  2. How far are you from the wireless signal source? Are there intervening walls or floors?
  3. Please run a wireless survey using WiFi Analyzer and post screenshots of the Networks and Analyze pages (include 2.4GHz and 5GHz output).
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