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    brotherdoobie's Avatar Long live Hissyfit BT Rep: +1
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    I have a tip that can realy increase your general dl speeds(some have better results than others).

    If your a broadband cable/dsl user.
    Use RegEdit and manualy adjust your recive buffer size.
    set it to 64260. this is for typical latency which is what effects most users.

    I f u dont want to manualy edit your registy go to P.C. Pitstop and use there
    Internet Speed Auto Fix.

    You can also check your dl and upload speeds before and after u change your recive buffer size.

    You should have positive results with this fix!


    Peace brotherdoobie B)


    If u have recently updated Windows Scripting Host to ver. 5.6 than u might not want ot use the auto-fix but to do it manualy.....btw there is alot of problems associated with the updated version WSH.....

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    Thanks for the tip I hope it will work. I didn't see much of it know but mabye when I restarted my PC.

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    Originally posted by brotherdoobie@17 June 2003 - 20:14
    Use RegEdit and manualy adjust your recive buffer size.
    set it to 64260.
    Where in the registry is this entry?

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    Originally posted by Cl1mh4224rd+17 June 2003 - 15:08--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Cl1mh4224rd &#064; 17 June 2003 - 15:08)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-brotherdoobie@17 June 2003 - 20:14
    Use RegEdit and manualy adjust your recive buffer size.
    set it to 64260.
    Where in the registry is this entry? [/b][/quote]
    I&#39;m sorry I should have been more specific and stated your TCP Receive Window.... If u know how to edit your registry you will know where to find that....

    If you are new to editing your registry and want to know how to set your recive buffer size here u go......

    1.Call up RegEdit..... Start/run/type RegEdit..........HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE&#092;SYSTEM&#092;CurrentControlSet&#092;Services&#092;Tcpip&#092;Parameters...........u will see TCP Window Size set your recieve buffer size to 64260 o.k. and your done.


    Please back up your registry before trying&#33;


    Peace brotherdoobie

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    I am having other problems with broadband. When I leave the computer unattended and then return often my network connection settings and password to connect to broadband have changed. Any ideas why?

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    after services it says mnmdd
    nv4
    vgasave
    those r the 3 different names sections

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    Originally posted by brotherdoobie+17 June 2003 - 22:30--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (brotherdoobie @ 17 June 2003 - 22:30)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>
    Originally posted by Cl1mh4224rd@17 June 2003 - 15:08
    <!--QuoteBegin-brotherdoobie
    @17 June 2003 - 20:14
    Use RegEdit and manualy adjust your recive buffer size.
    set it to 64260.

    Where in the registry is this entry?
    u will see TCP Window Size set your recieve buffer size to 64260. o.k. and your done.


    Please back up your registry before trying&#33;


    Peace brotherdoobie [/b][/quote]
    i cant find the tcp window in the parmater folder. where is it at? plz help cuz my dsl is not even near 90% of its advertise speed.

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    You can optimise this setting and others using TCPOptimizer.

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    Originally posted by Lamsey@17 June 2003 - 16:28
    You can optimise this setting and others using TCPOptimizer.
    Wow, Lamsey, thanks for that one&#33;


    Before configuring with this tool my best speed (of 3 tests) was 303.4kb/s.
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    Originally posted by Lamsey@17 June 2003 - 17:28
    You can optimise this setting and others using TCPOptimizer.
    Yes I might suggest using a program like Lamesy offered for those that have not edited your registry before.
    I would reccomend the auto-fix at PC Pitstop however because the other registry changes in most optomizers dont realy do much.(such as mtu ect.ect)

    Changing the recieve buffer size is realy the only one that will make a dramatic difference.

    @Kazaaliterock if u still want to do it manualy it&#39;s in the parameter&#39;s folder between searshlist and usedomainname.


    Peace brotherdoobie B)

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