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Packetloss first hop while doing a tracert is 99ms. i ping -t to any server and i get request timed out very often. i have had a new modem thinking this was the problem but its still the same. changed the ethernet cable but its still the same. i play alot of online games so it affects my gaming with lag. anyone have any ideas what it could be? so i can tell my isp to get it fixed thanks

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  • jkp211 Feb 10, 2009

    im not very good with computers, but i got a pc downstairs also so i tried it with that pc and i still had the same problem. been in contact with my isp they say that they have done everything they can. but problem is still there.

    any advice would help thanks.

  • jkp211 Feb 10, 2009

    im not very good with computers, but i got a pc downstairs also so i tried it with that pc and i still had the same problem. been in contact with my isp they say that they have done everything they can. but problem is still there.

    any advice would help thanks.

  • jkp211 Feb 10, 2009

    im not very good with computers, but i got a pc downstairs also so i tried it with that pc and i still had the same problem. been in contact with my isp they say that they have done everything they can. but problem is still there.

    any advice would help thanks.



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I dont know what u mean by setup can u talk me through what information u need so i can tell u thanks

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Hard to tell without knowing your setup. How many servers do you have and how are they connected (workgroup, domain)? Sounds like it could be a configuration somewhere.

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    Tina Shaw Feb 10, 2009

    I still need to know how it is setup in order to assist. The additional information does not provide that.

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