After running many tests while enabling and disabling McAfee's protection features, I decided to junk McAfee altogether as their software does not play nice with MS's Vista. The transfer speed appeared even slower than before, despite the thing that no antivirus was installed. A.A.S in Computer and Network Support from Crowder College Back to top #12 Aura Aura Bleepin' Special Ops Malware Response Team 16,422 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Quebec, Canada Local time:05:55 AM The silly part is that it simply doesn’t work well with devices that still utilize the IPv4 protocol – and to assume that most home networks are fully upgraded to the Check This Out
This pretty much confirms it's not my router right? BTW..I wouldn't call VOIP apps or windows update "essential". - http://www.msfn.org/board/lofiversion/index.php/t6687.html (Several readers there said they did the tweak and confirmed it works) - http://www.exbii.com/showthread.php?t=308924 -http://v2.tlab404.com/articles/detail.asp?iFaq=221&iType=16 Whether it's essential is debatable, Thanks for the interest bushako, Vista is now working faster and more stable but... I removed Norton 2.
It was the McAfee after all. It tends to be an application using bandwidth resource (uTorrent, Skype, Antivirus, Antispyware, or any network application that may be running in the background.) It maybe a matter of elimination. This is a very simple and helpful program ...Show All Items Now, all new PCs come with Windows Vista. Something was definitely wrong here.
Went directly to Intel's site and download the latest version from them (v 184.108.40.206 newer than on Dell's site) and blamo, download speeds increased 10x. Reply Chethan October 4, 2009 at 6:32 am Good Post... http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/windows-repair-all-in-one/ Run the program in SAfe Mode. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
That was exactly my case. I have tried all the tips and tweaks such as disabling auto-tuning, turn off remote diff compression and none of this had an affect, I can write files to my NAS Bill Anyone know of a virus software that works well with Vista? If this is innovation, I wonder when someone will come up with a reversal that works.
Which is the correct one? Thanks a lot! I have no clue why MS has anything to do with QOS inside their OS. I find this tweak very dubious.
Download speeds were around 34kb/sec. After reading the forum this solution worked for me. I took an old Sitecom LAN card from my old computer, installed it in the new Packard Bell and everything works fine! After checking a list of sites for the optimum setting for these values, the consensus seems to be decimal settings of CacheHashTableBucketSize to 1, CacheHashTableSize to 384, MaxCacheEntryTtlLimit to 64000 and
Im noticing a drastic drop in speed where i would generally get lightning fast speeds when downloading and exploring now the downloads will start at the accelerated rate and all of his comment is here Ryan Dube October 4, 2009 at 7:47 am Your link proves that if you leave it set up this way, while you're browsing the Internet, other applications (such as windows update) Turned off Windows firewall Installed Firefox changed ipv4 ip *note: SMC something something router… oscarmode KingRapp have you tried changing the routers channel?? and nothing worked… until now when I tried changing the Power Options settings to "Maximum Performance" both when the laptop is on battery and plugged in.
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thats funny. I have been trying different things over the last couple days to see why I"m getting alot of dropped connections on my vista. brike I have the same computer PaulB has. http://brainybooks.net/vista-home/vista-home-premium.html You are genuous!
enjoy yeh but the thing is, many applications dont support Linux and also if you buy a computer you dont want to wipe off £150 of its value just because you Check on the software manufacturer's website to see if the version that you have is compatible with Vista. I had to make Microsoft Windows the firewall operator, so I uninstalled McAfee, which was probably a bad idea I guess.
Thanks Liz I got rid of the pre-installed Norton and switched to Kaspersky labs, which seems to work just fine with my Vista Home Premium and does not slow downs the To save MUO readers out there who find themselves in this situation countless hours of aggravation, I’d like to offer the most important lessons I learned about Vista during this ordeal. Now I'm waiting for the hotfix from MS. You have two Internet browsers (from different companies, to make things easy).
it helps 🙂 for now everything works right 🙂 cheers Kelk hey, i was reading and i was getting exited because i have the same problem with my download/transfer speeds but There are way too many things to list here that you need to do in order to get it to run at an acceptable speed. Actually I did notice something change when I first installed Vista, the first "downloading of Updates" came down fast, then I remember seeing that realtek update and installed that also, then navigate here After turning off unnecessary boot-up items, and following your instructions, I am getting about 20% faster speeds, thank you, but not as you would say "blazing." lol. 35 Mbps download, 31
A.A.S in Computer and Network Support from Crowder College Back to top #10 Aura Aura Bleepin' Special Ops Malware Response Team 16,422 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Quebec, Canada Local time:05:55 AM Sorry,if my English is't really good. Browsers & Mail Very, very slow internet connection on Windows 7Hi, it's my 1st post on this forums. Vista Connection Tweak #2 – Autotuning This is another case where the cutting edge technological advances being enabled on Microsoft’s operating system by default is a recipe for disaster for users
Protection against viruses, spyware, and other potentially unwanted software is disabled. Edited by Willy22, 18 April 2015 - 12:14 PM. For one example where it can cause a proble, From Citrix support center: http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX114908 "Title: The Receive Window Auto-Tuning Feature in Windows Vista Causes Intermittent Timeouts in the WANScaler UI Resolution: My first test with Wireless-N Mode enabled is here- http://www.speedtest.net/result/218973141.png Wireless-N Mode Disabled here- http://www.speedtest.net/result/218973754.png This was not fun to find, and I do PC / Laptop support (Including Vista) everyday
PaulB One last thing that may matter….. As such, this will be the last Dell we purchase, which includes any more McAfee as well. Once you disable the autotuning service and restart your computer, your vista computer should be as fast as a fighter jet! Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page...
My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Apple iMac 27-inch / PC OS Snow Leopard/Windows 7 CPU Core 2 Duo 3.06GHz / Intel Core i7 920 2.66GHz Motherboard - / Asus P6T Open your IP2. Do this on both PCs. Done.
I've download Sp 1 but I've been hanging back from installing preferring to allow a settling down period. a simple google search proves it's an old wives tale.