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HP Omen network spiking and being unresponsive in general

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OMEN by HP Obelisk Desktop 875
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello, I'm in a little bit of a pickle at the moment.

 

My desktop has been working fine, up until a few days ago, at which point the wireless connection has been absurd. In voice chats im lagging to the point where it's unbearable. When I troubleshoot or do a network test, everything comes up fine. Up until now, I've updated the drivers, and searched the form for hours. I'm at a loss at this point, does anyone know anything i can do?

 

Thanks,

-Quarks

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Greetings,

Welcome to the forum.

I am not a HP employee.

 

Network problems are tough to troubleshoot.

 

Won't go into all the possibilities.

 

I had WIFI problems. Gave up.

 

Bought a network powerline adapter which provides network connections using the AC power lines in the home.

 

Regards

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Unless your issues are limited to bad WiFi connection (i.e. interferences, noise etc.) which can be addressed by changing the channel - or by plugging your computer to the network via cable (sicher ist sicher), in general terms: Wireshark is your friend when it comes to addressing all  sorts of network issues and its troubleshooting.

 

https://www.wireshark.org/

 

But in order to use it efficiently one really needs to know what one is dealing with!

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