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    kristianback Feb 10, 2012

    Could be anything,Virus, worm, trojan, neighbour, poor delivery..Need more details!

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Hello,

I would also check your task manager and close programs that are not needed and recheck your network setup/connection. There is a rouge program using your network for something.

Good Luck,C2Solutions

Posted on Feb 10, 2012

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