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Bytes / Sent - Received over 3 or 4 BILLION / Yellow Triagle

by Desparatedsince2013 / September 2, 2016 3:54 AM PDT

Hello, im posting this as my last try for fixing this error.

I'll start with my operation system
Windows 7 ultimate
About 3 days ago i re-installed this windows because i wanted to fix this error ''Bytes / Sent - Received over 3 or 4 BILLION / Yellow Triagle'' I have this problem really long time ago and i have no idea what couse it.
After about 3 years researches, calling to my internet providers, changing router, re-installing windows, using many FIX programs, watching many videos about YELLOW triangle, reading many many forums i just gave up so ill ask the proffesional people here.

What i know about the problem.

The problem comes while i'm playing something, now read carefully i'll give you examples -
1. Playing Harry Potter (example) this game doesnt need internet, while playing after about 30 minutes my internet stops- ''Bytes / Sent - Received over 3 or 4 BILLION / Yellow Triagle''
2. Installing Arcane legends on the computer - It's an internet/browser game, while waiting for the patches to be compleated - The internet stops again.
3. Playing League of legends/ World of Warcraft - These games need good internet and PC. So okay FPS is around 60 means that my computer is great for now. The problem is the PING - 50 (normal) 20-30 minutes playing it jumps to 500 and the internet stops AGAIN, yellow triangle and billions of BYTES.
4.Watching Youtube videos at high quality (i think) / the internet provider told me that the problem isnt in the router, the royter doesnt overheat and everything is fine there. I re-installed the computer so im not sure if i need any driver or smth. I checked for viruses but you know after re-installing Windows there is not possible for me to have viruses, i havent used anything to get a virus, right..

More Info: Router - HUAWEI

Pic of the problem - http://www168.lunapic.com/do-not-link-here-use-hosting-instead/147281345778542?9542910271

Please respond im totally despared, tryed cmd stuff, reseting router and the listed stuff UP there.

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Small world.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 2, 2016 9:12 AM PDT

Just last month a client had this issue. We scanned the PC and it came up with a Windows Activation Crack. Turns out the OS was from a torrent and not only cracked but with built in extras.

I can't guess why but better than 98 of 100 W7 Ultimate OSes I see are cracked copies. That's not good!

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Hmm
by Desparatedsince2013 / September 3, 2016 5:08 AM PDT
In reply to: Small world.

Thank for the reply maybe you are right or maybe not. Not sure for real. But yeah i've always used unoriginal Windows. The problem is that a friend has the same windows because he installed this windows to my computer and havent got any problems for years.

2d day now btw without internet bugs, i did something that changed the problem i mean removed the problem BUT IM NOT SURE FOR HOW LONG or if i did that.

For all the people who have that problem

Open network sharing center> Change adapter settings> right click on the internet u are using > properties > https://postimg.org/image/4fcjayvp1/ LOOK AT THE PIC - UNCHECK the one i unchecked > That fixed the net if there is a problem i will write back again and tell you that isnt the problem ! But for now i have fast internet without Yellow triangle and billions of bytes Happy
NOTE: If you dont have 1 of the PROTOCOLS there DONT WORRY Just uncheck the 2 of these IF YOU have all of them Uncheck the 3 of them and the problem should be fixed
BIGGER NOTE: This problem is 1-1 000 000 i searched a lot havent found a forum with the same problem. Read my posts and if the problem is the same - Do the thing i did hope i helped

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PROBLEM STILL HERE
by Desparatedsince2013 / September 3, 2016 7:46 AM PDT
In reply to: Small world.

Okay nvm. The problem isnt solved i tryed league of legends 5 min playing. yellow triagle + billions of Bytes. tryed troubles.. didnt work It said something about >default gateway not available< at the troubleshooting HELP

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Locking.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 3, 2016 9:15 AM PDT
In reply to: PROBLEM STILL HERE

The forum policies don't allow for discussions or fixes to unoriginal Windows.

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(NT) FYI This topic has been moved to the Windows 7 forum. Thanks
by Lee Koo (ADMIN) CNET staff/forum admin / September 2, 2016 12:14 PM PDT
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