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DSL I am currently using a DSL on my with my phone line, the problem is that now my rate of transfer has decresed a lot.. i am using 128kbps transfer but now it has decreased to 12- 20 kbps what do i do?

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You could try unpluging it for a minute then plug back in and/or get new firmware version from your providers site. sounds more like you downloaded a something tho, virus spyware etc

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There are several reason

it may be that your modem may be damaged

you have problems in telephone line

spyware or adware in your computer

for solution 1 and 2 go for the DSL provider

for solution 3 intall a good antivirus

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