If you run an application that needs to send high priority/real time data, XP will restrict “best effort” traffic to 80% of the bandwidth.

To change this…

  • Log in as Administrator (Not just any account with admin privileges)
  • Click Start
  • Click Run
  • Enter gpedit.msc
  • Select Local Computer Policy
  • Select Administrative Templates
  • Select Network
  • Select QOS Packet Scheduler
  • In the right window, double-click limit reservable bandwidth
  • On setting tab, check enabled setting
  • Bandwidth limit % value = 0
  • Click OK
  • Close gpedit.msc
  • Click My Computer
    • Select My Network Connections
    • Select View Network Connections
    • Right-click your connection
  • Under Protocol Properties, check QOS Packet Scheduler
  • Reboot

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