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  1. Thanks for the quick reply. I've change it to...

    Thanks for the quick reply. I've change it to "Auto Negotiation".

    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips (Also a Windows XP SP2 user)
  2. A question About Realtek RTL8139 Fast Ethernet NIC

    Earlier today, I installed a Realtek RTL8139 Fast Ethernet NIC in my Compaq Presario 5030 desktop. After installing the newly-released 6.18 drivers and getting it working, I went into its properties...
  3. Thanks, Mnosteele.:) I may give it another...

    Thanks, Mnosteele.:) I may give it another try.:p
  4. Thanks, McCoffee. I tried out Sygate awhile back...

    Thanks, McCoffee. I tried out Sygate awhile back and got tired of all the warning pop-ups every time I went to a different site, so I got rid of it.
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    McCoffee or Mnosteele will answer you. For...

    McCoffee or Mnosteele will answer you. For starters, they'll probably have you change your RWIN value. If you don't have Cablenut 4.08 downloaded and installed yet, do it now.

    Frank's Windows...
  6. To Mnosteele And McCoffee - ZoneAlarm

    Although I don't use ZoneAlarm(nor any other firewall, for that matter), I just noticed today that removing it from a computer is now among your list of tweaks. I was just curious as to why.
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    Poll: Update: The Roadrunner download speed cap was...

    Update: The Roadrunner download speed cap was raised in my area on Tuesday night from 2000 to 3000. I'm now averaging about 2800.

    I'm using a value of 128480 for GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize and...
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    Noone else gave me the settings that I'm using. ...

    Noone else gave me the settings that I'm using.

    I changed DefaultReceiveWindow from 256000 to 384000 to reflect the download speed increase from 2000 to 3000.

    I was getting better speeds by...
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    McCoffee: Roadrunner cable has apparently...

    McCoffee:

    Roadrunner cable has apparently increased their download caps overnight from 384/2000 to 384/3000. I just ran some speed tests and got these results:

    366/2784
    336/2787
    354/2784
    ...
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    Poll: Mnosteele: I was made aware of and directed to...

    Mnosteele:

    I was made aware of and directed to your poll post by McCoffee, so I tried your suggestions and left GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize and TcpWindowSize blank and changed Tcp1323Opts to 1. I'm...
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    McCoffee: I received an E-mail from Roadrunner...

    McCoffee:

    I received an E-mail from Roadrunner several weeks ago, stating that they had increased the speeds to their business class service to 768/3000, and if I wanted to subscribe to it. At...
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    LHarris57: I live in central Florida and have...

    LHarris57:

    I live in central Florida and have Roadrunner cable. The advertised download speed for home service is 2000 and for business service(which is more expensive) is 3000. I assume that...
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    I find RegSeeker 1.35 to be a better and more...

    I find RegSeeker 1.35 to be a better and more functional registry cleaner than RegScrubXP 3.25. It works great on both my 98SE and XP machines.

    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips (Also a Windows XP user)
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    I just received a message from a representative...

    I just received a message from a representative of Time-Warner Roadrunner in Tampa, Florida. He advised me that the download cap has not been raised from 2000 and 3000.

    Obviously, this is not...
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    Mike: The only protocol you need is "Internet...

    Mike:

    The only protocol you need is "Internet Protocol(TCP/IP)". You can delete the rest.

    Your download cap is 1800 kilobits per second, so it is 225 kilobytes per second(1800 divided by 8).
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    According to the October issue of "Tech Edge"...

    According to the October issue of "Tech Edge" magazine(which has an article on broadband), Comcast's advertised speeds are 256/1800.

    If a speed increase is in the making, they apparently haven't...
  17. Hi, Mnosteele: Sorry for the long delay in...

    Hi, Mnosteele:

    Sorry for the long delay in replying. My wife and I have been out of town for a few days.

    You mentioned recently about using a latency of 200 for Roadrunner cable, which is what...
  18. I was also going to ask if 49152 for...

    I was also going to ask if 49152 for DefaultSendWindow would be the correct value (384/8 x 1024) instead of 65536.

    Also, would 64240 or higher be a more appropriate value for...
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    This is the first time that I've seen all these...

    This is the first time that I've seen all these posts about Roadrunner increasing their caps. I'm assuming that the increase hasn't been made in the Tampa Bay area yet.

    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips
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    Hmmmm! I just ran 3 speed tests at the Speakeasy...

    Hmmmm! I just ran 3 speed tests at the Speakeasy site using the Miami link and I'm still getting close to or right at my normal caps - 384/2000. :(

    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips
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    I thought so. Thanks! :) Frank's Windows...

    I thought so. Thanks! :)

    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips
    (Also a Windows XP user)
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    Mnosteele: I am currently using all the...

    Mnosteele:

    I am currently using all the settings you have listed in this post - except for DefaultReceiveWindow. Mine is set to 256000(2000/8 X 1024) instead of 230400. I was curious as to where...
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    And you really believe that, right?:rolleyes: ...

    And you really believe that, right?:rolleyes:

    A decent download throughput speed for 56K dial-up is 5.0 - 6.0 KB/s. That means a 200 KB test file would take 33 - 40 seconds to download.
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  24. Thread: cablenut

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    Miracle Hunter: By all means, download and...

    Miracle Hunter:

    By all means, download and install Cablenut 4.08.

    I see in your profile that you have a dial-up connection. What version of Windows are you using?


    Frank's Windows 95/98...
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    Mnosteele: Did you mean WOULD or WOULD NOT? ;)...

    Mnosteele:

    Did you mean WOULD or WOULD NOT? ;)

    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips
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    J79zlr: Thanks very much. I'll just leave it...

    J79zlr:

    Thanks very much. I'll just leave it at 92 like Mnosteele suggests.


    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips
    (Also a Windows XP and Roadrunner user)
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    Maxxi: Where did you get these new Cablenut...

    Maxxi:

    Where did you get these new Cablenut settings from? I've been to the Cablenut, Speedguide, and TweakXP forums and I can't find anywhere where Mnosteele posted them.

    Frank's Windows...
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    Harry: You can make all those entries manually...

    Harry:

    You can make all those entries manually in the registry, but it's much easier and safer to do it with Cablenut 4.08.

    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips:)
  29. Thanks!:) I added the Miami link to mine. It's...

    Thanks!:) I added the Miami link to mine. It's closer than the Atlanta link.

    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips:)
  30. What Happened To Speakeasy Speed Test Site?

    The information has changed on the Speakeasy webpage and I can no longer find a link to the speed testing section.:(

    Frank's Windows 95/98 Tips
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