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Speed Hi I tried the speed test, and it came back 146 for the download and 347 for upload. Thanks Darren

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  • D4rr3n Aug 13, 2008

    Hi there



    Thanks for trying. I tried the same with my old laptop and it came back at over 1700!



    I think I'll take the adaptor back and get a diferent one.



    Thanks

    Darren

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Ok, thats very very slow. no wonder your having problems.
You will need call your internet provider to sort this, there maybe a problem at the exchange. mine comes back as 6.3mb down, anything under 1mb is deemed as un acceptable

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