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AUserName_CH
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Omen Obelisk wifi speed problem

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Obelisk Desktop 875
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi,

i really need help please. I have huge problems with the wifi connection speed. I had to disable the build in adapter because it was unstable. I bought a Tp-Link Archer usb adapter 2,4 ghz. 

I made a speed test and got 9,1 mbits/sec download speed. But when i try to download game updates i cant even reach 1 mbit.

Internet connection seems is stable but my speed is incredibly slow: i tried to download win 10 updates but did not work. Even to access this forum required 10 minutes. 

 

I tried to disable the USB adapter, removing it and replug but did not work. I tried to get in contact with HP support but with this speed i only get errors. The i tried to reactivate the realtek onboard device and update the drivers but did not work. 

 

Please anyone can help me?

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unkhan
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None of the HP people know what they are talking about. Let me guide you through this. Fairly simple fix.

Go to Control Panel

Network and Internet

Network Connections.

Right Click on your network adaptor and click properties.

Click Configure 

Click advanced

Under Advanced you will see property on the left and value on the right do the following

 

Property                                                   Value

IPv4 Checksum Offload                    (disbaled)

Large Send Offload IPv4                  (disbaled)

TCP Checksum Offload IPv4            (disbaled)

UDP Checksum Offload IPv4           (disbaled)

Speed & Duplex                                  (whatever Highest Value Available with Full Duplex)

 

Click Ok

Do a speed test and it should be good to go

 

Cheers

 

 

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