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Q: control upload speed

is that possible to control the upload speed (the bandwidth,k/s) through XP? if not, does anybody know where can I find a free software to do so?

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A: control upload speed

Can you explain a bit more, what you want to accomplish?

Do you want to limit the speed to a lower level than the maximum achievable by your connection? What type of connection do you have?

There is nothing easily accomplished within XP, but if your exact needs are known, there are likely some utilities available

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can anybody explain to me how could I control the upload speed in my XP home edition?any help will be apreciated.

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Ok, long story short: My download speed is fantastic (~47mbps), but once again, my ISP (Comcast), has found some royal way to mess up the entire deal. Basically whenever I try to upload for some reason, sometimes the upload will fail and the few times I CAN get an upload going, the speed is abysmal (we're talking 1.3mbps or less). I have tested against multiple devices on my network rebooted the modem/router (it's Comcast's all-in-one thing that includes a router). I tested against a computer plugged by wire directly to it. Can someone give me some general tips other than "Call them and yell at them" (again)? When I say "can't get upload" I mean like going on speedtest.net, watching it show a 18ms ping, download speed, then hang on upload to sit for all eternity and returning no upload metric. My connection to game servers is equally as stunted at this point.

A:ISP Upload Speed is nonexistent, making upload connections doesn't always happen

If (in your browser's address bar) brings up some modem status check the signal levels (see attached for mine). The Upstream Power should be 30 to 55 dBmV. If you can't get this data I think that your ISP can check it remotely. For more info along this train of thought see What kind of signal levels do I want on my cable modem?.

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Hi All

I hope someone out there can help me with this problem.

I am using a laptop in Cambodia and connecting to my ISP (Viettel) via a 3.5G Dongle. (Huewai E1550)
The ISP is a Vietnamese company and the customer support via their Cambodian subsidiary (Metfone) is effectively zero.

Here are my system details:

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Celeron(R) M CPU 420 @ 1.60GHz, x86 Family 6 Model 14 Stepping 8
Processor Count: 1
RAM: 1271 Mb
Graphics Card: Mobile Intel(R) 945 Express Chipset Family, 128 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 33738 MB, Free - 1189 MB;
Motherboard: DIXONSXP, ref.NO:G335-yymmdd-DI-01-00-FF-FF, 1.0, 00000001
Antivirus: avast! Internet Security, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled

3.5G Dongle Huawei E1550 95% signal - Blue lights on dongle - 3.2 Mbits/s capable
I use Avast Internet Security and Comodo Firewall.
I have no viruses etc indicated by Avast
Browser Firefox 5.0

My problem is with the download speed when using Firefox (tried IE8 and same slow speed).
When I run speedtest.net I get a download speed of between 0.2 and 0.5 Mbits/s and the pages take annoyingly long to download. I have communicated with others on forums in Cambodia who are getting 2 to 2.5 Mbits/s when browsing using the same dongle and when I run my Vuze torrent downloader I also achieve 2 to 2.5 Mbits/s. So I know these speeds are achievable through my dongle in my prese... Read more

A:Browser Download Speed Less Than Upload Speed but Torrent Speed Superb

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Hi, my problem is that i have low download speed and fast upload speed. My brother have 17 download speed and 16 upload speed on wifi (he have also notebook) and i have download speed 2,5 and upload speed 16. We were trying speedtest.net at the same time. http://www.speedtest.net/result/4038336205.png

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A:lenovo U510 low download speed fast upload speed

hi Delian
Thanks for Posting!
try checking these
Change Encryption Support
Right-Click on the Wi-fi signal icon on the lower right corner of the screen, Select Open Network and Sharing Center.
Cick on your Wireless network on the main page.

3. Click on Wireless Properties.4. Click on Security Tab.5. If applicable, change the Encryption type to TKIP and test.

Then check the Speed again.
Let me know your findings

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I have this very annoying problem and I'm really out of hopes. I don't know what to do anymore. I'll make a summary of the problem and will be as concise as possible

So I have this Dell Inspiron N5010 laptop with a broadband connection (direct cable, no router) and 3 weeks ago I reinstalled my Windows. Everything went well until 2 weeks ago when the internet speed went down, dial-up like. Pages won't load, and if they do they load just partially. I called my ISP and they said they had no problem. I couldn't find any solution so I thought maybe, some sort of virus or spyware is doing this so I formated the whole hard-disk and did a clean install of Windows.

Unfortunatelly nothing changed, the download speed is the same. Here is a speedtest.net evaluation:


Drivers are up to date, no windows firewall, no antivirus and no windows update. The ISP support guy told me to deactivate IPv4 and IPv6 from Local Area Connection, but nothing changed. I did a TCP/IP reset which raised my down speed to almost 1 Mb, but after a few minutes it went back to "dial-up". With the down speed being the same, Speedtest sometimes shows me upload speed in between 50-70 Mb which is unbelievable (I will make a ss next time I see this).

And the very weird thing is that I have another netbook (pretty weak config, Intel Atom CPU, 2 GB RAM) and with the same cable it has normal speed (the kind of speed I had on this Dell too). An... Read more

A:[SOLVED] Very slow Download speed, Very High Upload speed

Hi, and welcome to TSF.

Lets first try this:

Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Now click on Network and Internet and in this window click Internet options.
Now click on the connections tab and select the button to never dial a connection.
Now click Apply and click OK.

Try if this works

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Hi guys. I hope you can help on this issue I've been having with my internet connection, I don't know what to do...

I resently formatted my harddrive because my internet all of a sudden started being very slow but after the format it's still the same issue. Now I've tried plugging the connection line into my laptop and there there's no problem.

I am gettin' a slower download than upload...

I have a 10mb download/1 upload speed LAN connection. I ran a speed test on the same connection and on my stationary it shows like 250 kbs download and like 750 kbs upload, while on my laptop it shows like 8 Mbs download and 750 kbs upload... so what's the problem?

So far I've found out that it has nothing to do with the internet connection line or my NIC (I tried a brand new one and it was the same issue), it's not spyware or malware, it's not fragmented and under internet connections it says that I'm connected on a 100 Mb network card and there are no problems with any of the devices?

However I can see that if I open the job list, the download connection is very unstable going from up to 750 kb for a breif moment then falls to a halt at 0 kb... and moreover it says that I'm not using any percent of the network?

I'm on windows 7 and haven't had any problems before this, the rest of the system works just fine, but not the internet. If I try and download something it won't get higher than like 50 kb and then may... Read more

A:Solved: Slow download speed, upload speed is fine...

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First off, my specs:
Adapter: Realek RTL8188EE 802.11bgn Wifi Adapter
Router: Linksys/Cisco WRT400N (Known to have connection issues in the past, but I explain why this probably isn't a factor.)
Not sure what else is needed...

//================= SysInfo ================
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4700MQ CPU @ 2.40GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 60 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 7964 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M, -2048 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 926548 MB, Free - 844054 MB; D: Total - 26525 MB, Free - 2684 MB;
Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard, 1966
Antivirus: AVG AntiVirus Free Edition 2013, Updated and Enabled

So, I'll boot up my laptop and everything will work fine. My download speeds will be somewhere near 20-25 mb/s and uploads are around 4-5 mb/s. I'll also ping test my computer with no packet loss, a ping around 20 and jitter around 1-3%. It all looks great and dandy (Pics below). Except, after about 15 to 20 minutes, my download speeds will dropoff to about 20-50 kb/s and my ping test goes through the roof to about 70-90 with jitter near 70%... Not good at all.

Now, I have the suspicion this is being caused by my internal wifi adapter (the Realtek), because when I use another external usb adapter (TP Link TL-WN722N) my speeds never fluctuate and I have no problem, ever.

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All of a sudden while browsing, I get insanely slow loading times, with multiple timeouts. I go on speedtest and this is my speed. I get random latency spikes during video games. I could barely upload the picture of my speedtest results, and I'll be surprised if this thread even makes it. What is happening? How can I fix it? Thanks

I've tried disabling all startup programs and rebooted, nothing
Restarted router, nothing

I have a Belkin Enhanced Wireless Router F6D4230-4 V1

A:Download Speed Fine, Upload Speed Non-existent?

Reboot and check your speed again.

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Use this little free program to find out what your system is.



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My wife has a Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop running Windows 7 Professional, 64 Bit, 3.00 GB Memory with Intel 2.16 GHz.
Our ISP provider installed a new Router about four months ago and tested up and down speeds before they left.
Downloads were in the high 20s Mbps and uploads in the 5s Mbps.
I began to notice a couple of weeks ago that Internet access with either IE or Chrome seemed kind of slow. I ran speedof.me and the best download speed is 12 Mbps but usually around 7 Mbps but the upload speeds are still around 5 Mbps.
I have an iPhone, a Kindle Fire and a Toshiba laptop and have run speedof.me on them, (right next to the Dell laptop) and the speeds on all three are fine.
We use Norton Security and I ran the Power Eraser with nothing found. Ran Malware Bytes and nothing of concern showed up. Updated the wifi card driver from Dell as well as the driver for the Marvell Yukon Internet controller.
No Joy. I would appreciate any suggestions you might have for me to try to speed her laptop.
I thank you in advance.

A:Slow Download speed, Upload speed fine

If you can run our wireless test from the page PCHF System Scans post results be sure to right click and run as administrator

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Recently my desktop has experienced very slow download speeds (~0.11 Mbps), however the upload speed appears to be in line (~2.0Mbps). These numbers are taken from Comcast's speed test (my ISP). It is obviously a problem with my PC because everything else on the network (PS3, Laptop) have great signals with no problems. I just recently reverted the Desktop back to its factory state, and everything was working fine for a couple of months.

The desktop in question uses Vista 32-bit and the Belkin Basic USB Wireless Adapter.

A:Very slow download speed, upload speed is fine

Welcome to TSG:
Run a speedtest here and see if the results are the same:
Then,boot up in safe mode with networking and see if the speed improves.Like so:

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Hi everyone,
At first I noticed a slow down with my ISP (Verizon FIOS) from 15mb/s to 6-7mb/s, but the upload speed is unaffected. So, I called my ISP they told me could be an issue with the Windows that I am using.
Then I called MS regarding the network issue, however they told me that my license has expired is not under warranty for technical support. Here I am asking for some help.

Some of the thing that the ISP done was conducting some test:
Buffer size:261360 bytes
Receive size: 66608 bytes
Their ISP network technician told me that the Receive size was too low and causing problem to the download speed, but the upload speed is still good.

So, anyone who have any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

A:Download speed is limited, but upload speed is fine

are you using a router?
if yes, try bypassing the routing by plugging directly into the modem.

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I regularly upload videos online and since the last few days they've been timing out or stalling. Blip.tv is telling me a 65 MB file is going to take 4 hours to upload. Yeah right. Other sites like that are about the same, or just time out and give me errors - such as Youtube. I recently got that "We're Sorry..." page on Google, so I'm thinking something is up and there may be something on my computer sending crap out.

Here's my speedtest.net results:

I've scanned the computer with ad-aware, spybot search and destroy, panda anti-virus, avg, malware bytes, super anti spyware - the works, and I'm not getting anything. Everything says the computer is clean. This just doesn't seem right to me however.

If it's any help - I used a different computer with the same modem and was able to upload fine.

HJT Log:

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\ink\TabTip.exe
C:\Program Files\Hewlett-Packard\HP Wireless Assistant\HPWAMain.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Java\Java Update\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\LightScribe\LightScribeControlPanel.exe
C:\Program Files\Hewlett-Packard\Shared\HpqToaster.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Ink\InputPersonalization.exe
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A:Great Download Speed, Horrible Upload Speed

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I just switched over to my linksys router last night for my wireless because the small usb adapter I had sucked. my download speed went from 2-3 up to 58, HOWEVER, my upload speed usually won't even connect on the speed test from speedtest.org????

I can pull up maybe 1-2 website I frequently visit immediately, but 99% of other sites won't even load, or I get the text based webpage....what could the problem be?? My friends laptop works fine, my phone works fine, signal strength is good....??? Also i disabled antivirus and phising/popup blockers. etc

A:Download speed is good, BUT, upload speed is 0...?

lots of visits i see, can someone please help me out here

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So, I've always kind of had this issue (not something really new). However, after testing my wife's PC to see if it were a router issue or something, I realized I'm in a bad spot. My speed test had my D/L at like .6 Mbps and my U/L at like 1.14. Both spiked during the test around 2.0. Comparing to my wife's PC when I did the test was 14.2Mbps D/L and 3.22 Mbps U/L. Her PC has the hard line into it, while mine is directly connected to the router. The provider goes through her PC, etc.

Is there some tests I could do to find out if it's 1.) My PC 2.) My Router or 3.) Just some settings.

Thank you.

Also, I saw someone ask on another one of these issues for the netstat -n, so here is mine.

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Active Connections

Proto Local Address Foreign Address State
TCP ... Read more

A:Upload speed higher than my download speed...

Interesting thing, I refreshed my net and restarted my PC, and it was peaking at 322.5KBps, but now it's back down to like 10-20KBps (at least when d/l from steam).

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I already tried safe mode with networking so i assume it's not about viruses or my antivirus. Here's from a tcp/ip analyzer

TCP options string = 020405840103030101010402
MTU = 1452
MTU is not fully optimized for broadband. Consider increasing your MTU to 1500 for better throughput. If you are using a router, it could be limiting your MTU regardless of Registry settings.
MSS = 1412
MSS is not optimized for broadband. Consider increasing your MTU value.
Default TCP Receive Window (RWIN) = 65536
RWIN Scaling (RFC1323) = 1 bits (scale factor: 2^1=2)
Unscaled TCP Receive Window = 32768

RWIN is not fully optimized (even though it is a comparatively large number). The unscaled RWIN value is lower than it should be. Also, RWIN being close to and above 65535 does not justify the header overhead of enabling TCP 1323 Options. You might want to use one of the recommended RWIN values below.

For optimum performance, consider changing RWIN to a multiple of MSS.
Other RWIN values that might work well with your current MTU/MSS:
64952 (up to 2 Mbit lines, depending on latency. MSS * 46)
129904 (1-5 Mbit lines, depending on latency. MSS * 46 * 2)
259808 (2-14 Mbit lines, depending on latency. MSS * 46 * 2^2)
519616 (8-30 Mbit lines, depending on latency. MSS * 46 * 2^3)
1039232 (25-60 Mbit lines depending on latency. MSS * 46 * 2^4)
bandwidth * delay product (Note this is not a speed test):

Your TCP Window limits you to: 2621 kbps (328 KBytes/s) @ 200ms
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A:Download speed is lower than my upload speed.

Try TCP Optimizer. I've used it for wireless connections with XP, it has never made things worse for me, sometimes helped dramatically, and it will save original settings so that you can revert to them.

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I'm using a Compact Wireless-G Linksys USB Adapter with Speedbooster, and getting higher Upload speed than download speed on every speed testing website I try. Any thoughts on why?

Router: WRT54G2 Firmware vers. 1.0.01
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 840T Processor, AMD64 Family 16 Model 10 Stepping 0
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 6143 Mb
Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD 5670, -2048 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 942353 MB, Free - 640989 MB; D: Total - 11412 MB, Free - 1394 MB;
Motherboard: FOXCONN, 2AB1
Antivirus: avast! Antivirus, Updated and Enabled

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I ran a speed test and I got a happy 20Mbps download and a not so happy 2Mbps upload. Why such a difference? I tried loading a video onto Facebook and I ended up cancelling because it took so long. Any way to better the performance?

A:speed test/upload speed

that's normally what isp's offer here the upload is approx 1/16th of the d/l speed unless you open a business account and you need a registered business to open one

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Hi All,

First off, this is done with VB back, but I know C# too and will take code, or concept examples in either. To skip the history, scroll to *

I am building a small CMS for a non-profit (A local division of Rotary International) using ASP w/VB back, and need a little help.

The admin portion of the site allows for rich text editing and includes FreeTextBox's RTF editor. It's all working well, but it (FreeTextBox) allows for web-hosted images to be included, which is something my point-of-contact specifically asked for.

I am writing a page that will provide file management of a server folder, and create a usable path the user can paste into the editor, as they are not to be assumed as tech savvy. I may elaborate on the ease of use, so let me get tot he real issue.

While creating the upload page, I decided that allowing the user to view the image they are about to upload might be a good idea, as the admin has little tech experience. However, when a file is selected using the upload control, it does not cause a postback so I can't fire a method to set the image path.

However, the theory works in that once the file is uploaded, and a postback is caused, the client's path shows the image.

I have read up a bit and I know this can be done with JavaScript. However, I would really rather tackle this using the VB code if possible. I am willing to create a custom control, but I'm not sure how even that would be accomplished.

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A:ASP.Net Upload Control

What version of VB.NET are you using since this will let us know what Framework features are available.

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i've been having some trouble with my internet recently. first the internet speed was fluctuation dramatically. called chater they said "we are sorry" gave us a new router and upgraded us to 5 megabit. well now theres a new problem(who would've thought)...well i decided to do a download upload speed test on speakeasy, because my internet is acting weird and the download speed was 5 megabits and the upload speed test never finished...i cant upload to photo bucket or youtube. i'm pretty sure this isn't a virus because its happening to my dads computer as well. ive ran virus scans with avast! antivirus and ran ad-aware a few times over the last few days. nothing has changed.

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I didnt have this problem before i was wondering what are the things that can cause this.
I had comcast over my house this morning and on his laptop he was getting 2.5 upload while at mine was at .5 and he was blaming that. As the night before it was up to par, I called them because i would notice my games chopping up due to internet and letting me know that my internet connection was poor. So i was wondering what are some of the things that can cause this.

I scanned for spyway with malwarebytes nothing. I scanned my pc with nod32 found 2 or 3 things cleared them still getting the same speeds, I unplugged all ethernets and reset both modem and router.

Computer is hooked up Wired, and he also did the testing on his laptop wired.

A:upload speed low

I notice there are two drivers available for win 7x64 for your network controller. Have you tried both of them?

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Alright so I'm not a tech savvy as I'd like to be but I've been wanting to do live streams for video games I play and my upload speed is about 400-600 kbps and I read you need about 1000+ kbps. I've looked around and a few sites say standard Roadrunner gives 1 MB of upload but the Roadrunner site says .5 MB and it took awhile to find. My friend lives just a few miles away and has the same internet but his upload is 1 MB+, download speeds are about .200 MB apart. Wondering why it's like this, I use a Netgear WPN824 v3 router connected to the PC not wireless.

A:Low upload speed.

What max upload speed does your ISP say you are paying for?

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Hello all,
Could someone please help me, Here is a speed test
It says that i get an upload speed of 180kb/s but i can only get 20-30kb/s
How can i get the max out of my upload speed??

A:Upload speed

Are you sure you are not comparing kilobits-per-second and kilobytes-per-second?

If you are sure that your actual upload speed is only 20-30kb/s kilobits-per-second, the slowdown may be on the server end that you are uploading to and the distance the data has to travel. The on-line speed tests are usually run on servers and networks that have enough bandwidth to not be the limiting factors of the test.

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I am wondering why my upload may be slow.

Speed: http://www.speedtest.net/result/167112726.png

I am not sure why, when I visit www.youtube.com , the thumbnails on the images do not show and that. Should I try a long power cycle on my router/modem?

A:Upload Speed

Thats a very fast upload. Your ISP is regulating that.

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My normal internet speeds are around 53 Mbps and 11 Mbps. Tonight I was trying to upload a few very small things, but it wouldn't work. Checked my speed at speedtest.net and I'm getting my normal download speed (53 Mbps), but speedtest.net gets stuck calculating my upload speed, and after about a minute of "Connecting" it will finally go and I get between 0.02 - 0.04 Mbps.

I phoned my ISP, and they told me they don't control the upload speed and they are saying it is something with my computer. I don't know what to do at this point or what it could be.

A:Getting no upload speed

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Hi all,

My company uses a custom module in salesforce.com that allows us to upload files directly to salesforce. Basically a "drag and drop" module. We are seeing very slow uploads using this feature.

What I have discovered is that it seems to be an issue with Windows' send buffer size. If I use a FTP program such as Filezilla, I get great upload speeds. If I open the same FTP site in Internet Explorer, the upload speeds slow to a crawl. So, it has to be a limitation of Windows.

My laptop dual boots Windows 7 and Ubuntu 10.10. If I load salesforce while in Ubuntu and attempt to upload a file, I get great upload speeds. Do the same thing from within Windows on the exact same network and I get horrible upload speeds.

Does anyone have any idea how to correct this issue? I see lots of posts when doing google searches, but no resolutions. Any ideas?


A:Upload speed

Hi, this setting is On by default in server 2008+ yet OFF in Vista and Seven try this from an elevated cmd type:-

netsh int tcp set global congestionprovider=ctcp press enter

If you wish to turn it off then

netsh int tcp set global congestionprovider=none press enter

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How do I increase my upload speed onto the net.

A:Re Upload Speed

Please try not to double post. I've combined them. Upload speed is primarily a function of your ISP. They offer upgrades at an increased price. If current speed is less than promised, call the ISP and see what solution they offer.

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FMI. What's the maximum (I know you never get the max.) upload speed using a DSL connection? Computer is attached with CAT 5 cable to DSL modem

A:DSL Upload Speed

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is there any ways i can increaser my upload speed? it is currently at 25.6 KByte/sec
(=205 kbps)

the game im trying to play is soldure of fortune 2 and to run a server it best to have the hightest up load speed as possable. any tips?

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I am running BPFTP server on my computer. I test my upload connection at www.toast.net and it tests out at 384kbps. But when I try to download from my server to somewhere else(aka access it from work) the transfer rate maxes out at 45kbps. I called comcast to question whether or not they limit FTP speed and they said they dont. Does anyone here have any helpful info as to what may be limiting my speed? I have checked all my settings and they sre fine as far as I can tell, there are no limits in place.

A:FTP upload speed?

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Just bought a new Samsung notepad installed all software plus norton 360 and when i do a broadband test speed i get no upload if i try and download my game i want (LOTRO) it wont start downloading. i have gone to four different houses and it does not work, took it back to pc world they test it and it works bring it home still does not work i can although download windows updates this is driving me nuts new laptop 24 hours old and because it works at pc world they say its my problem please please please any ideas all security settings as standard on other laptop so now lost

A:No upload speed

Hi and welcome to TSF

Where these four different houses using a different ISP ? or the same as yours.

Sounds like a problem being limited/blocked by the ISP, if it works OK when you take it back to the place you bought it.


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How can i fix my upload speed to my server... I keep timing out and pages are taking 3 mins or more to load.. i have ran virus scans, i use microsoft security essentials, ran malwarebytres, disabled my virus protection to see, did a recovery , started and restarted my modem and router multiple times,, checked all wires.. did a speed test ping 10, download 3.60 upload ZERO... and after all this it still dragggsss... all computers and playstation network is dragging badly, my netflix wont load a movie, can some one help me??

A:How can i fix my upload speed to my server

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My problem is that my upload speed is real slow after my pc came back from repair. They changed the CPU, motherboard (Gigabyte) and RAM
Using Vista Home Premium.

Ping & Download is normal...

Someone know what it might be?
From Speedtest.net
On other computers i get about 1MBps.

A:My upload speed is unormal

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Hi i have inexplicable issue. My internet speed is 10Mbit/s (down) / 1Mbit (upload). My spec: [email protected], 4GB RAM, Maximus Formula, 8800GTS, NOD32, Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro 2009, Vista x64 Business Edition SP1 (new installation) + full updated. Network drivers : Marvell Yukon 88E8056 -
And my problem is: when i try test speed (speedtest.net) i see there 970kB/s (OK) in Reliability And Performance Monitor (1Mbit) - OK, BUT in Task manager it shows utilization 2% from 100Mbit = 2Mbit/s (WHY ???). Finally im using network vista gadget and it shows too 250kB/s = 2Mbit/s.


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I tried to upload a file on mediafire but speed was too slow(around 45 KB/s).Is there any free file hosting service with good upload speed and resumable too?I'm in a college use proxy to connect to the internet.The download speed varies between 100KB/s and 1MB/s.

A:Slow upload speed

Here is a list of some, i have not used any of these except filehosting.org. Hope this helps ou get started


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I upload files to my web server everyday and it worked fine until now. My upload speed is slower than dialup when I am connected through the router, either wirelessly or via a lan cable. If I connect to the cable modem directly, my ftp upload speed is normal.

I have cable internet and connect via a Dlink DIR-655 wireless router. I have been using it for months with no problems and did not make any settings changes. When my ftp upload slowed down, I tried my neighbors wireless internet (netgear) and his is having the same issue as mine and they started on the same day.

Troubleshooting steps I did are as follows:
1. Tried uploading to multiple servers and received slow results on all of them.
2. Tried uploading with multiple ftp clients and received slow results with all of them.
3. Tried uploading using multiple PC's both Mac and Windows, same results.
4. Reset the router to the default settings and received same results.
5. Contacted ISP who said the connection to my modem was fine.

Normally I would assume the issue is with the router but the fact my neighbor, who uses the same ISP, is having the same issue makes me wonder if the ISP has made a change.

Does this seem like a router problem or something the ISP is doing?

A:FTP upload speed is now crawling.

Let's see, two different sites have the same problem. That seems obvious to me, I wouldn't be looking on your end, it's obviously either the ISP or the target FTP server.

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Is there any adjustment,program or trick to increase Upload speed?
Vista Ultimate 64bit.
My speed is:
Download 110-125kB/s Upload 25-30kB/s
ISP 1000kbps/225kbps

A:Increase Upload speed?

Question instead of answer; what speed are you getting, and what is the rated upload speed as stated by your ISP?

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I just got this AIO on July 8, 2016. There is no upload speed when performing the speed test. Every other computer and cell phone/tablet in the house has perfect upload speed. I spent about 2 hours on the phone with my ISP, and we could not fix the problem. I have tried uninstalling the network adapter driver and installing a different one, but that did not work, either. I'm thinking I need to return the computer, but if anyone can help me before I do that, I would be very appreciated.

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Hi there,

I recently purchased a Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming and have had a few problems since. My main one at the moment is that my upload speed is pretty dismal, falling way below 1mbps (usually tests at 0 or just above), which barely allows me to upload photos let alone a video to youtube. I have contacted my internet provider who have said it is not a fault at their end, and I have tested all my devices including my Iphone and Ipad which both have upload speeds of 1mbps or over.
All my drivers are currently up to date as I regularly check for updates so I am currently at a loss of what I can do just so that I can upload a video. Also, whenever I try to upload something, my entire internet connection times out with the error message saying that the connection has been reset, and i have to restart the computer/power cycle the modem each time to get the connection back.
Anyone have any advice?

thanks in advance,

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I have an ISP that advertises speeds of DL, up to 1.5 Mb and UL, up to .384 Mb
I am experiencing a degradation of Upload video on my Skype account. So I did an internet speed test, SPEEDTEST.NET, with the following results. DL 1.17, UL .26 and a ping of 29MS over 100 miles.
A month ago I did not have any video problems.
What could be causing the slowdown and can I fix it without buying the faster broadband package? I am otherwise satisfied with the broadband I have.

A:Speedup upload speed

It's not something you can fix, except to find a new ISP. ISPs, especially crappy ones like Comcast and Charter, tend to oversell the bandwidth they have available in any given area, which is why you're seeing a degradation in upload speeds. Ideally the upload/download is symmetrical, but rarely will you see that except in business packages and dedicated lines. Beware any ISP that sells internet packages with a upload speed that's less than 1/3 the download speed. It means they've already overloaded their infrastructure and their service will only get worse as time goes on. All the focus goes to download speed in those situations. You can demand a refund for them not providing the bandwidth they sold to you, but I doubt that will get you anywhere.

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Hello all

this problem has been bugging me for ages and I did all I can to try to get it fixed but it just isn't working.

let me explain the situation:
I was using Windows XP, lan cable plugged into desktop directly from router.modem and been having some bad upload troubles. Downloading speed isn't all that great too but still ok. I have been running tests from speedtest.net and my download speeds are usually pretty consistent, around 0.42mpbs, whereas my upload speed - when lucky, I'd get a 0.03mpbs, otherwise I'd get an error message saying the upload file cannot be read.

At first I thought it was my router's problem, so I tried resetting the router numerous of times/calling ISP but that didn't work out. As well as the fact that my brother was having no problems at all. Then one day I decided to try and plug the lancable into my laptop instead and wow the speed's great, fine upload/download speeds from speedtest.net, yet my desktop just isn't getting what it should be getting.

I have tried:
Scanning for viruses/adwares/spywares - nothing exciting
Updating drivers - didn't work
Reformatting computer - didn't work and now currently using Windows 7
Buying an external network card instead of using the onboard one - didn't work either

So now I seriously believed I tried all that I can... can anyone tell me what I can do? My desktop isn't all that old, it's approaching 2 years old but specs are still ok:
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A:Upload speed problem ... Please help!

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I have an odd issue with windows 7 x64 ultimate.I have recently installed windows 7, and first of all, everything feels slow compared to windows vista,I know it shouldn't but I can feel a big difference in different situations like slower menu,s most of the time,Waiting time in most applications,More than in Vista!

My mouse drops the selection in all applications, including windows explorer!The easy way to explain this would be
If i play an FPS game and fire up my machine gun,I push my left mousebutton and hold it down.But after a second it stops fire even if i hold the button!

However, most annoying is the network issue.I have tried all i can think of.Reinstalled the network card driver,Forced it to use 10/10 full duplex,Turn of firewall,Turn off antivirus but nothing helps.The roof of my upload speed in WIN7 is 0.05mbit,It should be at least 0,8mbit.

Someone who knows what i should check? i have 8mbit down and 0.05mbit up now and it should be 8mbit down and 0,8mbit up.
I can't even upload a picture to imageshack :/

Gigabyte Ga-ex58-ud5
core i7 920
6gig cosair ddr3
Gigabyte HD5870

A:0,03mbit upload speed as most

Have you attempted to update the firmware on your router?

Have you tried it with the A/V uninstalled?

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So I have a 6mbit/ 768kbit cable connection.

I recently had a crash with the hard disc so I had to replace it and with that i had to install xp again. The connection worked fine for a while. Then i downloaded the fixes to windows and I suddenly got no upload speed. The download is fine, but the upload is from 7 to 100 kbits pr second.
I use AVG antivirus and have put on and off the windows firewall but nothing worked.

I called the internet provider today and they will send somebody to me on monday, but if it is something in my computer then the cost would be quite expensive and unnecessary.
So, I basically wanna see if I could eliminate the possibility of my computer being the sinner.

If this message isnt informative enough please ask and I shall try to give the information needed.

A:Problems With Upload Speed

Sorry for delay in reply. Is this matter solved in the meantime?

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PC runs slower than before. Might I have a virus? Using a Verizon "Jet Pac" modem.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
Processor: Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5400 @ 2.70GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 4060 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) G41 Express Chipset (Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.1), 1806 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 314 GB (241 GB Free); E: 7 GB (0 GB Free); F: 7 GB (1 GB Free); G: 931 GB (202 GB Free); H: 931 GB (709 GB Free);
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0J190T
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Disabled

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My friend he got comcast right and his upload speed is like 4000 kbps and mine is disappointingly 109 kbps. is there anyway to make it so i can share his upload speed. either a remote connection or whatever, i just need to know, he lives in my neighborhood and etc. please reply asap.

A:Sharing your upload speed

not unless your connected to his router by a rather long cable.
Or Wireless.

If you have the same ISP you might want to try contacting them sounding somewhat frustrated and mentioning "throttling" (They hate that.) but simple put you two should have close to the same upload speed if you are on the same ISP and the same membership plan.

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I tried to upload a file on mediafire but speed was too slow(around 45 KB/s).Is there any free file hosting service with good upload speed and resumable too?I'm in a college use proxy to connect to the internet.The download speed varies between 100KB/s and 1MB/s.


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