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Pages loading very slow ....like 3-4 minutes

I had AT&T out here to test my DSL box lines cables usb's and they couldnt figure the problem out on their end. I am stuck with pages that take forever and a day to load since July 15, 2008

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**have you already called at&t tech support about this?
**before this issue happened.. do you remember downloading somehing from the web/ (ie. music, video, picture)
**also try to check the memory being used of your computer (especially if you just installed games or customized your operating system)
**optimize your browser..

what you can do is to go to helpme.att.net/dsl/speedtest/
that is there speedtest site.. as soon as yiou got the result call tech support and provide them with the info..

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