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Network Card Causing PC Lag?
I'm a gamer and we know lag down to the 10th decimal place. New one works fine. It's normal to have5 or6in 2k/XP - in Vista I have 12 of them!The lag you are experiencing is probably caused by one of those services running under svchost taking up I've been using that for the time i've had computer. Source
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The more background services are running, the more svchost processes you arelikely tohave. I can't get rid of the original in my computer since its on motherboard. I'd like to somehow get rid of them and have the computer want nothing to do with the original network card altogether. This is causing me lag.
I disabled it in Hardware, but still I get lag cause there are 5 differen't svchosts in my task manager running. 2 networks, 2 services and 1 says local. IF i shutdown the Local svchost, it helps. Any help would greatly be appreciated. Could be an (anti-)virus or an (anti-)spywareprogram for example.
And if i shut them down i get a big system error shutting down message. My computer came with an ethernet card on the motherboard. A svchost process regroups several background services. Few weeks ago it broke, so I had to install new one.
I thought since I disabled it in hardware it would stop altogther, but i guess the computer still wants it. genetxsMember Since: March 5, 2009Posts: 25genetxsFollow< make-use-of-logo logo-background menu search search-start close email bookmark facebook google twitter pinterest stumbleupon whatsapp amazon youtube youtube label-rectangle triangle-long down PC & Mobile Windows Mac HOWEVER. bossymanMember Since: July 9, 2007Posts: 130bossymanFollowForum Posts: 130Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#2 Posted by bossyman (130 posts) - 9 years, 7 months agois there a option to uninstall
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