Re: Wireless Lags Every 60 seconds
Try opening the Resource Monitor (Task Manager > Performance > Resource
Monitor) and see if there's something interfering every sixty seconds....
If it's happening periodically, it seems like something would have to be
happening at high priority that's delaying the network traffic, especially
if it's not a card/driver issue since you're using a totally different card.
Vista does request scan results from the driver every sixty seconds; the
driver can fulfill that request by any means it chooses; most do a
progressive scan over time and pass up the current list when the OS requests
it, but some are better than others and a number of factors in the system
impact how long that takes.
Could you please post your driver information ("netsh wlan show drivers"
from an elevated command prompt) for each card here? The wireless PM I
spoke to would also like to know what AP, how your signal strength is, how
many wireless profiles you have saved, and how many networks the scans are
detecting if you can post that information as well.
"Aussie" <Aussie@discussions.microsoft.com> a Ã©crit dans le message de
> "Aussie" wrote:
>> I have a Wireless Belkin f5d7000au PCI network card with Vista and during
>> online game play i keep getting huge lag spikes every 60 seconds exactly.
>> When i was on XP i had the same problem but was fixed by using RaLink's
>> software instead of Microsofts Wireless Zero program. Im pretty sure it
>> due to Zero looking for other connections every 60 seconds.
>> I have tried using Microsoft's, Belkin's and Ralink's software but still
>> the same problem.
>> Could this be still causing it drop out every 60 secs in Vista?
>> How can it be fixed ?
>> If anyone can help me it would be greatly appreciated.
>> All my drivers are up to date and there are no problems with the
> Plz help. Online gaming is getting so frusrtrating. Decided to buy a new
> Wireless card. Its a Dlink DWL-G510. I decided to buy it because it had
> actual Vista Drivers for it. But it still didnt fix the problem. Im 100 %
> sure it has something to do with WLAN utility in Vista. The problem was
> solved in XP by using Thind party software instead of WZC. The software
> usable in Vista.
> Please help.