- Oct 1, 2007
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So I want to improve the wireless signal of my wifi router since in my room it's incredibly spotty at best. Does anyone has any tips on what the best way is to go about it?
I need some help with my YouTube problem. Whenever I start watching and it's like two minutes in, it stops buffering then keeps going and over and over.. Quite frankly, I'm sick of it!
I just want to watch my dang videos and I use 480 to watch it since at lower like 360 and 240, I can't see the subtitles on games like Tales of Xilla, Kingdom Hearts. I'm wondering if it's my connection or it's YouTube being an doucebag or what.
I need some help, please! D:
Have you contacted your ISP about it? It's good to figure out at least which end is fucking up but if it gets instantly fixed by you reconnecting your cord it sounds like an issue on your end.Just a quick question. My computer sometimes drops it internet at random times. It happens once or twice a day, the only temporary fix I have is just to unconnect my Ethernet cord and plug it back in my computer. If there isn't really fix for it, I'd still like to know why it's doing it though. Cause you know knowledge is everything.
Thanks for the help Victor, I guess, I should have my friend help me with it tomorrow. My computer is a Compaq.Okay, first stop using Norton. Then use a good browser like Firefox or Chrome and install Adblock and NoScript. Then install Microsoft Security Essentials and Malware Bytes anti-malware. Run both of those programs for full scans and it should clean your PC up. If that doesn't work then reinstall Windows.goo
MSE: Microsoft Security Essentials - Microsoft Windows
Malwarebytes: Malwarebytes : Free Anti-Malware
Firefox: Download Firefox â€” Free Web Browser â€” Mozilla
-Adblock for Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/adblock-plus/
-NoScript for Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/noscript/