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Re: Why so LONNNNNNG.


Paula,
   I have been trying to determine why I can't download in the same time
that my mother right next door with the same computer can.  I had to remove
myself from the hostapix because it would take hours to download if many
pictures were sent.
   Well, after comparing everything.....I found that I connect at only 12000
bps and my mother connects at over 45000.  Why????
Remember, same computer, live within hollering distance(you can tell I am in
the "sticks"), same internet service, 56kmodem, Pll processor.
  Is there anything I can do to my connection that will "up" my bps?
Any help from computer minded people will be greatly appreciated.  You may
email me personally since this isn't hosta "stuff" but it sure affects the
way I "feed" my addiction.
Judy in Virginia(I am going to the post office and make sure they aren't
holding my journal....I bet someone is back there reading it during their
lunch break)
-----Original Message-----
From: EntICE11@aol.com <EntICE11@aol.com>
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Thursday, December 23, 1999 9:15 PM
Subject: Re: Why so LONNNNNNG.


>Ronnie,
>If you check what numbers you are using to get to aol you might find there
>are faster numbers now than what you signed on with when you started with
AOL.
>Also watch when you are getting into AOL, see what speed you are connecting
>up at. It is only a flash so watch carefully. If you are signing on at
lower
>speeds that will cause you to have to wait more than a minute to downoad a
>jpg. What speed processor do you have? A 486 will take longer to download
>than my computer at Pentuim 200. Alas if you have old phone lines and maybe
>an old house that too can slow your internet speeds down. I have a new
house
>and new lines in our neighborhood. I get over 50 quite often. But yet I am
>too far from anyplace to get a T1 line. Figure that one out...
>Best of luck with AOL and If I can be of any assistance...just let me know.
>
>Paula
>Blaine,Mn
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