Why i installed VistaTcpipUacPatch2.0, still cannot use utorrent or foxy smoothly?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by snailfong, Jul 4, 2008.

  1. snailfong

    snailfong MDL Novice

    Jul 4, 2008
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    i made sure that my tcpip version is 6.0.6001.18000
    i followed the instructions and installed the patch already
    but the speed of BT and foxy still not as fast as winXP
    what's the problem ?

    besides, when i am using BT, the speed of IE is signifantly slower, or there are any additional settings need to be used ?:confused:

    p.s i am using vista ultimate SP1 32bit version
     
  2. petar

    petar MDL Expert

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    Download this archive:
    http://forums.mydigitallife.net/att...5&d=1201372912
    Unpack it and put it to a temp directory.
    Copy CrackTcpip.sys to \Windows\System32\Drivers\ folder
    Double click on install.reg
    Open CMD and type:
    bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
    Restart and you are done...
     
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  3. snailfong

    snailfong MDL Novice

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    thanks for your help
    but should i unstall VistaTcpipUacPatch2.0 before using this ?
     
  4. petar

    petar MDL Expert

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    Yes, uninstall the pacth and install the Cracktcpip.sys.
     
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  5. Virtual

    Virtual MDL Novice

    Jul 29, 2008
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    Same Windows vista version as him, I tryied with both patches, the download stays always at max 1.4 mb/s, I tried from a nother laptop with vista also but without sp1 and download goes to 3-4 mb/s maybe even more.
    What I see as improvement is that the browser loads pages normally now... before it took ages to load a page while i had utorrent running.
    What solutions?
     
  6. Virtual

    Virtual MDL Novice

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    I started thinking why is limited to exactly 1.4 mb/s and then I realised that 1.4 mb/s is 11 mbit/s which means my wireless card is running at the 11 mbit/s old speed, how can I make my wireless lan card run at 54 mbit/s, speed at which is my router is running ?
     
  7. petar

    petar MDL Expert

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    Try updating the drivers for your wireless card.
     
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