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Topic # 31439 17-Mar-2009 18:03
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This is stupid man my DSL speed is at min upload 70 and max 141 compared to my normal 251 ive had this for a couple of weeks now thinking it was a network issue, my dad i sick of it because money is tight at the moment he wants to get for what he pays for. We pay about $45 a month i downloaded NOD32 of thier homepage and came up clear of spyware but did have trojans which i deleted. Is anyone else around welly having this problem and can any one help me pleas.

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  Reply # 202278 19-Mar-2009 21:37
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Slingshow is always slow. (And they don't care.)

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  Reply # 205241 3-Apr-2009 22:19
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i dont use torrents much but they are ridiculously slow (havent setup port forwarding yet, but from what it sounds like its not much better). what is it with slingshot?? slow speeds & bad service, im looking at changing anyway, 6gb just not enough these days ...


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  Reply # 205247 3-Apr-2009 22:44
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I am locking this, can people please reply to the original thread if they wish to add anything further. Thanks

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