System Slow Down On Internet
After several minutes on the Internet my system slows to a crawl or hangs completely. I do not have any other jobs running. I have plenty of disk (7gb of 11gb) in my primary partition and 64 mb. of memory. I do not have a virus.
Even if I end my Internet connection, my applications run extrememly slow after I have been on the Internet. The only thing that helps is a re-boot.
I use a Cyrix 133/166 Pentium chip with a Best V.90 modem on Windows 98.
It appears to possibly be some type of memory leak but I dont knot how to determine this.
Any recommendation is appreciated.
What type of modem do you have? Have you checked the device manager for any conflicting devices?
Its a Best Data ISA V.90 modem. There are no device conflicts.
do you use the built in dial up software that came with win9x, or does your ISP provide a custom one?
It seems your browser is the problem. As for the memory thingy goto the bottom site to dl a std ver to check your mem usage.
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