Senior HTF Member
- Apr 26, 2000
The other day, my computer got messed up (don't know how) and I had to reformat my hard drive. I'm back on Windows 98 (I didn't go back to Windows XP) and I installed my drivers for my ethernet card (D-Link DFE-530TX+) for Windows 98 (along with installing drivers at the same time from the Windows 98 SE CD). When I go online, I can only download from websites around 15 kb/s - 30 kb/s and not at 100 kb/s like I used to before I had to reformat my hard drive. I called cable and I tried DSL Reports, and my connection is the same as usual, but I cannot get a fast connection at all. Anybody have any ideas on how to fix this?