Vista Wireless Network Lag/Spikes

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by yee, Jun 21, 2007.

  1. yee

    Borges Guest

    TY'S FIX _WORKS!_ Wow. I read your fix ty, and i attempted to unzi
    those drivers into a seperate folder (not sure if i did it right) and
    ran setup compatible for XP SP2. Activated VAL, and holy shh, no spikes
    I honestly think it's just running the setup in xp for the drivers

    -People with this problem try either #1 running the disc setup in X
    compatibility, THEN using the antilag, or #2, do that, but afte
    unzipping the 4.1 drivers into the saved directory. It works
    Borges, Feb 18, 2009
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    koziol5 Guest

    I had this same problem, and what i did to fix it was download the ol
    xp drivers, delete my vista drivers, install the xp drivers, and the
    the WLAN optimizer worked
    koziol5, Mar 26, 2009
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    tommyf Guest

    I'm glad I found this topic as it describes exactly the kind of problem
    I am having with my wireless connection. However, I cant seem to find
    solution that works for my hardware configuration, so I registered t
    see if anyone of you can help

    I have a Zepto 6224W laptop with a built-in wireless card based on th
    Ralink RT2860 chipset. The OS is Vista Home Premium 64bit. Ive notice
    lag spikes in most of the games I play, but it wasn't really unplayabl
    until I tried Battlefield 2. I've tried almost any solution mentioned i
    this and other forum threads across the net, including switching of
    WLAN Autoconfig (disables my network conenction altogether :/ ), WLA
    optimization, VAL, settings tweaking and what-not. The only thing I ca
    think of is using XP drivers, which seemed to work for people with card
    of different brand, but since Ralink so neatly packages both Vista an
    XP drivers together in an executable, I don't see a way to get to the X

    I've run out of ideas now, can anyone help me

    tommyf, Mar 31, 2009
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    tommyf Guest


    I think I solved the problem, for me at least.

    Confirmed that old XP drivers solves the issue, for people with Ralin
    chipsets too. I managed to find an old XP driver on my compute
    manufacturer's ftp. I ran the ping test after installing them an
    starting Vista Anti-Lag, and I had 0% package loss, compared to 3% wit
    the old drivers

    Now the only question is how many issues I am gonna get from runnin
    old XP drivers on a Vista machine... Plenty I be
    tommyf, Mar 31, 2009
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