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  1. I have an old Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 3) that is now unable to perform System Restore on ANY restore point. This computer uses a dial-up connection to connect to the internet and normally has a speed of 44.0 - 45.2 kbps, but now only connects at 24.6 kbps. Here's a list of events and the dates they occurred on. Sorry for the length of this post. February 21st: - Updated Avast Virus Definitions in the early afternoon. I turned off the computer after updating. - Turned on the computer in the evening, and the dial-up connection window appeared on st
  2. The attached VARA v2.2.0 program is quarantined when trying to install. The quarantine log is also attached. the previous version 2.1.0 (also attached) installed with no alarms. The VARA program is an amateur radio modem (radio to computer) program that allows the transmission and reception of high speed data over amateur radio frequencies. it can be used by itself and it has been incorporated into the global Winlink radio email system that supports maritime, land based, portable and mobile amateur radio stations. It is particularly valuable when supporting emergency communications.
  3. Recently moved, got setup with fibre broadband in January. Was given an older model, two months went by fine then the internet connection on both laptops in my house began randomly dropping throughout the day. ISP said there's nothing causing it on their end and it might be a problem with the modem, so they replaced it with a newer model. One laptops Wi-Fi problem was now fixed, but the other laptop (Acer Aspire E5-571, Windows 10, other details attached in pictures below) is still occasionally dropping internet connection. I believe it is the laptop that is causing the
  4. So here is my present issue at hand, and it's quite the pickle. As of yesterday, June 22, I began to experience problems concerning my modem and my overall internet connection. The modem is relatively new, with it being I believe less than a year old. It was a modem provided to us by our internet provider, Comcast. Point being is that the modem suddenly began to experience lag time in its internet speeds, followed then by a crash. The signal came on and off again, cycling like this without stopping for an indefinite amount of time. I manually restarted my computer, along with the modem also.
  5. My laptop has been running slowly for a few weeks. My internet provider came and replaced the modem yesterday but today my laptop remains slow. An Ookla Speed Test currently shows Download Speed = 0.60 and Upload Speed = 0.43. I suspect the problem is not the modem but rather the incoming cable. Is there a way if I know my isp address for me turn turn off my modem and router and test the cable speed? Or do you have any other suggestions as how to resolve this issue. I am certain my laptop is not infected so this is not the cause of the slowness I am experiencing. Thank you
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