wi-fi problem at access point

John Isensee

Senior Member
I've gone through all the troubleshooting information that I can find on this issue. My drivers are up to date, I have reset the winsock numerous times. I have gone through the following troubleshooting issues.:

Start Command Prompt as administrator.

When Command Prompt starts, enter the following lines:

netsh winsock reset netsh int ip reset ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew ipconfig /flushdns

I am running an HP 110-314- 1.00 serial #MXX4320HWJ with windows 10 operating system. I am limited due to location by Centurylink to a download of 6 mbps. I currently get download speeds of around 2.5 to 3 mbps on the Windows 10 unit. I have a Dell right next to this unit running Windows XP. It is able to always receive a download speed of 6 mbps. I have changed USB adapters, "forgot" all my networks and rebooted, all to no avail. I am attacvhing a .bat file. Any help would be appreciaed.
 

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Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
From a command prompt run netsh wlan show all > %userprofile%\Desktop\wifi.txt and upload the wifi.txt file on your desktop.
 

John Isensee

Senior Member
Have you received this text message?
This has been run from the command prompt.

John
netsh wlan show all > %userprofile%\Desktop\wifi.txt
 

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Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
There isn't anything from the dump that really stands out. I will say this though there are countless reasons for having a slow connection and even more with a wireless connection.

Here are a few
  • Over saturated wireless channels
  • Number of devices fighting for transmit time
  • Poor antenna placement
  • Signal reflection, diffraction, scattering, absorption and refraction
  • Bottle neck on the supported wireless standard from the receiver or transmitter (802.11a/b/g/n/ac...)
  • Hardware transmitter and receiver
  • Faulty hardware
  • Out-dated driver
  • Security software
  • Operating system corruption
  • QoS settings
  • Traffic shaping software
 
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