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Started by LostSanity, 2016 Feb 06, 15:28:58
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Quote from: LostSanity on 2016 Feb 06, 20:02:05I've never had issues with FireFox and I happen to like FireFox thank you very much.I don't see how I'm supposed to "get a better browser" when I can't even seem to do that.Also I can't take away the checkmark I'm clicking the checkmark and nothing happens.Post MergeUPDATE:I just tried YouTube on Internet Explorer on my wired connection and the same issue occurs. Now what?
Quote from: Jcfraven on 2016 Feb 08, 13:26:10If I had something helpful, I'd tell you, but I honestly don't. As I said, not really a network guy, and it seems that's probably the issue.One thing I can suggest, is go into your router settings, and do a reset of it software-wise(since I assume you've already tried it hardware-wise). I don't know the specifics here, but if you tell me your router/ISP, I could try to find the specifics.
Quote from: Jcfraven on 2016 Feb 08, 18:30:57I've heard a lot about Time Warner Cable regarding throttling, though if you hadn't had issues up until now, than it's still possible, but admittedly unlikely.That's about all I can really offer explanation-wise though, since your description in the OP does bear a resemblance to what would be the case there. You could attempt a VPN Connection, if you have the means to download a file elsewhere and put it on your computer, but I'm not sure if that would do anything. You did mention two computers it's being strange on though, so that might yield a solution.After this, I'm fresh out of ideas, since you have said they've done a complete refresh, reboot, etc.. Maybe just having them look at it will be what you need to do.