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  1. I'm good with Algebra 2, but there's no question to be answered...Kellie, what's the problem?
  2. Actually, the problem has been solved! The factory image on the hard drive of the Toshiba Tablets are faulty. They have issues when connected to a network. They finally sent a new image of Windows XP Tablet edition and it works great now. Just a little word to the wise when choosing a Tablet!
  3. The network software that is being used is educational based. Integrade Pro Sasi Geometer's Sketchpad Fathom. These are all the programs that I use from the network and none of them run without delay when using these tablets.
  4. Thanks for looking into swimmer. The tablet is running the Tablet version of XP and the problem appears to both the wired and wireless connections...it's just not as noticable on the wired because of the faster data-transfer that can be aquired. It does not occur when running programs locally from the machine, only when running the software that is run from the server. Maybe it could be the version of XP...maybe vista would help since I believe that the new version of windows is tablet friendly, but I have not looked into this version as of yet.
  5. Actually, my signal is always excellent. The access point is in the same room as I am. This is a problem with all the M400's on our network here. ****Interesting test...I just hooked the machine up to the network using a network cable rather than the wireless. There is still a delay. The computer wants to constantly receive data from the server when doing anything with a server application. This type of connection has a faster data rate than the wireless, but my old laptop does not have any delay at all and this is when it is wireless....it's really odd!
  6. I checked the drivers for the wireless card and they are as up-to-date as they have. That was my first guess before I posted on here was that it was maybe bad drivers, but it hasn't seemed to help.
  7. I just recently received a Toshiba Portege Tablet (M400) from my company and I am having some issues with it. I have been running software off the server and everything is running sooooo slow. There's a 3 - 4 second delay time from when you hit a button till it actually takes effect. This only happens when connected wirelessly to the network. The previous laptop that I was using (Dell PP11L) also wirelessly does not have this issue at all. All the networked software runs the same whether wired or wirelessly. The only information I was able to figure out using a bandwidth monitor was that the toshiba was constantly receiving information through the wireless adapter at it's maximum rate where the Dell does not have nearly the same amount of data transfer as the toshiba, but yet is actually running faster. I was wondering if anyone else has seen the same issues and possibly have a fix for it? Thank you.
  8. These are more like the Boost speeds for OOL!!!! :::.. Download Stats ..::: Download Connection is:: 28083 Kbps about 28.08 Mbps (tested with 12160 kB) Download Speed is:: 3428 kB/s Tested From:: https://testmy.net/ (Server 2) Test Time:: 2006/07/23 - 7:13am Bottom Line:: 490X faster than 56K 1MB Download in 0.3 sec Tested from a 12160 kB file and took 3.547 seconds to complete Download Diagnosis:: Awesome! 20% + : 192.17 % faster than the average for host (optonline.net) D-Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-0GT4JCSZ3 User Agent:: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1) [!] :::.. Upload Stats ..::: Upload Connection is:: 1857 Kbps about 1.86 Mbps (tested with 2992 kB) Upload Speed is:: 227 kB/s Tested From:: https://testmy.net/ (Server 2) Test Time:: 2006/07/23 - 7:14am Bottom Line:: 32X faster than 56K 1MB Upload in 4.51 sec Tested from a 2992 kB file and took 13.2 seconds to complete Upload Diagnosis:: Awesome! 20% + : 87.77 % faster than the average for host (optonline.net) U-Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-CU09HLY8E User Agent:: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1) [!]
  9. So it would be better to go directly to a tweaked server/computer first and then to my router? or XBox360 if it is directly hooked up? I just didn't think the computer would have the throughput that a router or the modem directly would be able to provide.
  10. Just going through the least number of jumps the better? It would be best to go straight to the modem and no extra configurations would help?
  11. I have seen tons of posts about configuring a computer's internet connection to get the most speed. ( I have to thank Blunted 2 for his config file that upped my computer connection from 17 mbps to 27 mbps ) My questions: Are there any modifications to optimize the internet connection while using an XBox 360?
  12. I'm right nextdoor in Howell and am getting some unsteady speeds. Did your IP change? I read in another post where they changed the IP's when they upgraded from 67.*.*.* to 68...
  13. I tried the cablenut software and put in all those values. Still getting the same speed problems. Then I re-wired so that the downstream power level became 0 dBmV. Maybe they only half-ass upgraded, otherwise i'm dumbfounded.
  14. Apparently they have begun working in howell (07731). My speeds have been changed when I got home from work this evening. My upload is now around 1.5 mbps from 920 kbps, but my download seems much more unstable around 8 mbps which has gone down from the usual 9.3 mbps. Also from reading some of the other posts about OOL, my IP address from the modem has not been changed. My signal page from my modem has shown that my power levels have increased (which have caused my download speed to drop when the db's are too high) and my ranging service number for the upload appears to have changed. Plus there were several Optimum trucks just outside my neighborhood for most of the day today.
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