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Ive been trying everthing. EVERYTHING

i recently puchased a new HP gaming laptop.
i have never had any problems with latency spikes what so.
Tried  ping plotter on both my new pc and my girlfriends. Girldfrinds ran smooth without any packet loss. Min did not. Had packet loss on the first point.
Im not running wiered connection on any pc.
The test was done on WIFI.
Have tried netsh wlan set autoconfig enabled=no interface="WiFi"
Not helping.
have tried resetting router. Not helping.
Updated all drivers, still nothing.
Im getting feed up with this, is it the pc its wrong with?

HP Pavilion Gaming TG01

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@Kaptenfisk 

 

That is normal, you can get packet loss when machine start to ping due to waiting time (in millisecond). Does it show same thing the second time when you ping within 10-15 seconds ?

 

Regards.

BH
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