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I have bought a dell inspiron 3567, since the beginning I have been having problems with the internet.

As soon as I open netflix, after 2-3 minutes of streaming,the streaming stops and I can no longer open any other webpages. I did a speed test and I have 9-10 downloads mbps BUT no upload speed at all.

testing this out, I tried to upload a 3 kb file in dropbbox and noticed the same issue carried on(no other websites), yet this problem only happens when i open netflix or dropbox.

what can I do?

network card(qca9377 qualcomm)

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Any progress?

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If not, a fresh Speccy to see where things stand. Since it's been weeks, I'll start fresh. In fact, just start a new discussion, refer to this and I can lock this as we try again.

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What do you mean?

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Sorry as I asked too many questions.

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1. Any progress?
That's short for me asking you if you made any progress on this? What's new?

2. A fresh Speccy.
That's so I can see where things stand.

3. Beta Windows?
Never got a clear answer on that. I'm running into early W10 OSes and they are breaking now.

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Too vague.

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response

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what do you mean?

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Did you disable the W10 upload to all PCs?

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Be sure to share what you change.

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Response

In reply to: Did you disable the W10 upload to all PCs?

Yes, I disabled it

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Response

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It must be a wireless issue. If I used a network cable everything works fine.u

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There's an odd number of Runtimebroker.exe's

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Thank you

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What an eye you have!
Thank you, it seems to have done the trick
I guess it were sucking up all the upload and leaving none for the rest of the apps.

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That's good to read.

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Stay frosty.

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Again

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False alarm.
Problem still remains.

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What is that ssh doing?

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And a fresh speccy too.

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I ran another speed test(afted having disconnected and reconnected many times to have access to internet) again, no upload. It seems as if, once I attempt to upload somwthing, I cannot download either.

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Another Speccy. Time for OpenSSH to go.

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Nope

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I dont get how to uninstall it and why
I ran the adwcleaner, found nothing. :/

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Its really starting to piss me off, can hardly access the.internet

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SInce it's still there. Try Revo Uninstaller.

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OpenSSH is in system32 not program files.
Revo didnt find anything unusual

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Did you remove it? Are you on BETA?

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When shuttinh the pc down a program "G" is one of the programes that block it from shutting down

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Sorry I can't tell what you did there.

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Try to answer questions such as is this the Beta Windows and if you removed it.

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I followed the instructions from the article above and enabled openssh, at the moment im updating bios and waiting for it to complete, the G program has mysteriously popped up as I attempt to shut down or restart my pc

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Here I thought we wanted Openssh gone.

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You didn't answer my question either. I'll wait.

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Navigating through the openssh folder in system 32 I came to realise there is no uninstall file, shall i delete it manually?

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Still didn't answer my question.

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Is the Windows that BETA version and the link I supplied showed how to turn off that Windows version openssh as well as on. You've sort of lost me here why you are not answering or in the system folders.

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Hello sorry for having not responded sooner, problem fixed, no idea how, it must have been ssh, cant be sure, thank you for all your help.

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