Download speed limitation - desktop

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    Download speed limitation - desktop


    my desktop seems to be limited to +- 5MB/s if downloading from single source, when downloading from multi source i get full speed of my internet.
    Other devices in my home does not suffer from this "phenomena".
    Ive tried downloading on my:
    phone - i get full internet speed.
    notebook - wifi and only ethernet cable - full internet speed / what allows network card

    Also checked my router if its not limiting specific device in this case my desktop, but its not - ive contacted even people on forum dedicated to that brand of router "synology" and i have ruled out that it might be issue with router.

    I tried to disable FW, uninstalled several unneccesary SW from my desktop and still nothing.
    I also tried via windows settings reseting network settings - it required reboot, and still nothing.
    Also tried uninstaling LAN drivers and used these two from asus support page for my MB
    2019/08/0112.52 MBytes
    Realtek LAN Driver
    Install Realtek LAN Driver.

    2019/07/0312.53 MBytes
    Realtek LAN Driver
    V10.34.307.2019 for Windows 10 64-bit---(WHQL)

    TUF GAMING X570-PLUS (Realtek® L8200A)
    windows 64bit pro
    winver: 1909 (build 18363.900)

    Here are for example tests from same servers - T-mobile Prague server for Multi and Single
    and you can see that limitation on these two pictures:

    Can anyone think of something that might help?

    Thanks a lot,

    - - - Updated - - -

    I tried Linux on USB and it is working just fine... so its something with Lan driver :/
      My Computer

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    Win 10 Pro (21H2) (2nd PC is 21H2)

    Hi, History: (so often omitted by posters):

    When using this desktop, have you previously not had this problem with Win 10?
    If you didn't have this problem before, what was different then?
    - different major build of Win 10?
    - different driver in use?
    - something else?

    What is the performance like if you boot to Safe Mode with Networking?
      My Computers

  3. Posts : 2
    Thread Starter

    solution was - completely reinstal windows, this fixed it.
    Ive tried everything and i gave up - fresh windows install worked.
      My Computer


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