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A while ago, I encountered the problem of packet loss and ping in the intranet. The performance in the process of use is that there is no problem in watching videos. When playing games, especially FPS games, the ping and packet loss are crazy. At the same time, the accelerator keeps alarming the network abnormality.
The problem may be relatively comprehensive, and it is related to WIN10 bugs, network card performance, system settings, network environment, etc. So you need to try multiple solutions to know which line.
Use WIN+R and enter CMD to open the command line
ping -t 192.168.1.1
Or other IP, you can choose your gateway IP, router IP, DNS IP, IP of normal website
At this time, there will be periodic, intermittent, and random ping jumps. The normal home LAN delay should be within 1~2ms, not more than 5ms, and at this time, the ping can jump to 300+
Using BestTrace and other MTR software at the same time can find high ping in the Worst project
WIN10 BUG, network card performance, system settings, network environment, etc. (Of course, basic skills such as the control variable method, the item-by-item investigation method, the comparison method, the restart reset and reload triple method, and the physical network cable comparison should be done first.)
If you have checked the external environment of your network (other devices are normal), according to online information, the details may include but are not limited to:
- WIN’s fixed-out function frequently scans WIFI
- Poor performance of the network card can’t stand scanning WIFI
- Other reasons cause the system to scan for surrounding wireless networks when connected to a network
- 2.4Ghz is interfered by USB, channel interference, obscured by network card, etc.
Use a physical network cable to connect to the router for comparison, and check the availability with restarting, resetting and reinstalling.
①Win+R and enter regedit to open the registry
② Locate the directory HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Connections
③ Then delete the “Connections” item and restart the computer
①Win+X to open the super menu, open the command prompt (administrator), of course, you can also search for cmd, and then the administrator runs
②CMD input command:
netsh winsock reset
Download Thor Accelerator, find several functions of network repair in the gadget, use all of them once
Download Tencent PC Manager-Toolbox-Network Repair
Reference script: https://github.com/BlueSkyXN-Backup/wifi.bat
After downloading directly, the administrator can run it. Enter 1 to close, 2 to open, and 3 to exit. You need to enter something with the same network card code. The ones produced in mainland China are generally called WLAN [can be found in Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections found in]
I tried this early on and it worked, but then I found out there were a few problems
- After restarting, you need to use the script to open it again, otherwise you will not be able to connect to WIFI
- After using it for a while, I found that the WIFI will intermittently drop
WIN Settings-Privacy-Location, turn off related functions (maybe turn off “Allow apps to access your location”)
Use the software inside https://www.ghacks.net/2011/12/13/how-to-disable-wlan-background-scans/
Search for “services.msc” in “Start” or WIN+R and enter this
After opening, find “WLAN AutoConfig”, stop and then enable it.
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