Very Slow Wireless Connection [Lenovo AIO C40-05]


  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
       #1

    Very Slow Wireless Connection [Lenovo AIO C40-05]


    Hello!

    Since I upgraded to Windows 10, about three weeks ago, I'm having a serious Wifi issue. The download speed dropped from 20Mb/s to less than 1Mb/s, and my upload speed pretty much did the same.

    When running Windows' troubleshooter for my Wifi connectivity, it says: "Your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (DNS server) is not responding."

    I then did the ipconfig things, like ipconfig flushdns and ipconfig registerdns in the command prompt (with admin rights): I gained like half a mb/s. I launched a namebench scan to see which DNs servers work best for me. After three hours, I finally got the adresses and selected them as default DNS adresses in ITP4 preferences. I gained 5mb/s for about 2 minutes, then it was gone. I reset my router: nothing. I ran an update scan for all my drivers (took me a long time), and still, my problem wasn't fixed. I can't load even the most basic games or download movies, this is seriously getting on my nerves.

    My computer is a Lenovo AIO C Series 40-05, I bought it about three months ago.
    Anybody can help me? Please?

    Thank you in advance,
    - ChronoTheCode
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 18
    windows 10
       #2

    hey, i have same problem on dell n5110. at the time of download from this laptop i can't even send a message on whatsapp or load a webpage. i update network driver but it didn't help. did you find the solution?
    ChronoTheCode said:
    Hello!

    Since I upgraded to Windows 10, about three weeks ago, I'm having a serious Wifi issue. The download speed dropped from 20Mb/s to less than 1Mb/s, and my upload speed pretty much did the same.

    When running Windows' troubleshooter for my Wifi connectivity, it says: "Your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (DNS server) is not responding."

    I then did the ipconfig things, like ipconfig flushdns and ipconfig registerdns in the command prompt (with admin rights): I gained like half a mb/s. I launched a namebench scan to see which DNs servers work best for me. After three hours, I finally got the adresses and selected them as default DNS adresses in ITP4 preferences. I gained 5mb/s for about 2 minutes, then it was gone. I reset my router: nothing. I ran an update scan for all my drivers (took me a long time), and still, my problem wasn't fixed. I can't load even the most basic games or download movies, this is seriously getting on my nerves.

    My computer is a Lenovo AIO C Series 40-05, I bought it about three months ago.
    Anybody can help me? Please?

    Thank you in advance,
    - ChronoTheCode
      My Computer


 

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