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USB DSL modem laggs with all online games, help!!

Posted on 2002-05-30
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Hi,
I have telocity (direct TV DSL) DSL and I have been experiencing problems when I try to play games online. For a moment it will be all good, with a ping of about 30 or so, but then it will spike up to like 1500 for a few seconds and then back down and it will repeat this over and over again. I have tried upgrading my bios, i have tried disabling the "allow computer to turn off usb device" option.
I am currently using Windows XP and the latest telocity software.

Any ideas how I can fix this problem?

any help would be greatly appreciated
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by:t1n0m3n
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Name all of your USB devices that are connected when this happens.
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by:dxpertjr
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just the modem,
Now i tried switchin over to ethernet connection, and my games are still lagging. But now instead of the ping going up hella much, the graphics just get realllly choppy
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Zoplax earned 300 total points
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What operating system are you using?

If Windows XP, there's a tweak to reclaim around 20% of the bandwidth Windows reserves for special use.

Here's a link:

http://www.tweakxp.com/tweakxp/display.asp?id=282
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This solved it, thank you
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