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My computer is connected wirelessly via an AT&T 2wire router. The "power," "DSL," and "internet" lights are all a solid green, but the "ethernet" light is dim and flashing and the "wireless" light is also flashing green. I'm not sure if any of that information is relevant, but the DSL is running so slow! It takes about a minute and a half to two minutes to load a page. HELP!

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You need to call your ISP, they should be able to help you over the phone

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