Question about Computers & Internet
I wouldn't think that your router is the problem. Perhaps there is a virus or malware that starts when you boot normally that is eating up your connection. I would advise that you download and run Malware bytes to see if you can get rid of any possible infections.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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