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  1. So yesterday I finally got around to upgrading to Windows 8 Pro, my college offers a download of it with our tuition costs. My problem is this, ever since upgrading my internet has been slow. Not just slow, like terrible. I live in the country so I get what I can and before the upgrade I was sitting at around 360KB/S. Now after the upgrade I sit at roughly 20KBP/S and 50. I have forced Windows to install updates using the update manager. I have updated my D-Link DWA-160 Xtreme N Dual Band adapter manually. I have reset my router and I have also installed the new driver for my Realtek PCIe Lan Card. I really do not know what to do? I want to say it is a driver but I am not sure what it could be as I have covered all of them?
  2. Hey, just want to ask before i do. -I just know that, if we all use the VPN software and run in along side our computer, does it really give a normal internet connection if the data volume or qouta had been used all? You know, when your data volume of qouta had been used all of them, the internet speed will be throlite untile the very slowest internet speed. I had gone to other forum about VPN (Virtual Private Network), they suggest me many VPN software like CyberGhost, HotSpot Shield, Its Hidden, and many more. But some of them are paid and some of them are not. I have choose HotSpot Shield to be my VPN system. I have use someking of unlimited qouta broadband of my friend when i post this thread. Soon, i will give a try on my qouta broadband that i have bought. If these VPN do not throlite the speed of the internet after all of the data volume had been finished off, tell me if it's works. Thanks! :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :lol:
  3. Okay, I will describe the issue and then all the things i have done to try to resolve the issue. Remote Desktop Connects and then immediately disconnects when trying to remote into one particular computer. I believe this has to have something to do with this users account and I'll explain why. From a MacBook Pro running boot camp to a Mac Pro running boot camp with the same Domain User Account on this particular user RDP Connects to the the Mac Pro then immediately disconnects. I have tried to connect from a New Install on a new MacBook Pro with the same user and it does the same thing. I can remote into the Desktop on any different account. It is just this account that has the issue. From the laptop I can remote into any other computer or server just not this desktop. I tried removing the user account and re-adding it. But no luck. Any Ideas or help would be much appreciated. Thanks
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