One thing that many of you might not know is something related to steam updates. I am using windows 10 seems to be common among similar cases also i am using a wifi card, but this doesnt seem to be the problem as when using an internet tester i get normal speeds. I realise I might be barking up the wrong tree, but it's worth investigation to rule this out at the very least. First i thought that it was the router or modem, but when no one else connected to the internett is having this problem. This worked for me and perhaps Microsoft can have a look at it. A buddy of mine was having the same issue not to long ago but it just randomly stopped for him.
I'm not sure how to fix this but it has ruined many games for me if you know how to fix this please tell me. I don't know what this program does, but it seems to pulse between 0 and 12 mbps constantly. Try to reboot the system and check if it helps. Open location, then close it in task manager and then delete where you opened location. Try setting your network as a metered connection to prevent unwanted background download. So without further delay, we will be getting straight to work.
Do not feel like doing it. Sorry if there was a post similar to this and that I didn't read Thanks to anybody who replied! From what I remember, it was happening to others as well because of an update and it was fixed after the next update. Maybe it'll work for somebody else though. I've encountered over 7 people in the last week with this exact same issue alongside me. My ping would be fine for a few rounds and then i spike up to 900-1. I can finally enjoy this game, lol.
It seems like I was the only one who made the mistake upgrading to Windows 10 while the rest stuck with 7, 8, 8. After a while it goes back to normal for a bit and starts again. We sincerely regret for the inconvenience caused. It seems that Windows 10 was causing my connection to the router to defualt to the 802. The ping on my computer randomly spikes as you can see here: ping I have went on google and tried basically everything. Just a shame my wifi card doesn't come with an ethernet port.
Since my computer isn't close to my router, i have a Asus pcie wireless network card that connects me to my router. At this point I have tried everything I could possibly think of including disabling Windows features, updating drivers, clean install of Win10, various registry fixes online. It lasts for like 3-4 second where it feels like i have heavy ping and low fps. Instead, we would just want you to trust us on this and switch your connection to a wired one. Well if it's any consolation, I'm having the same exact problem as you. It says there until I quit my game.
Finally, to eliminate any issues from Windows 10 itself, make sure to disable P2P updates in your wifi settings. When the ping spikes, it will spike to about 170-200, but thats still really bad for gaming. Will also delete on comment score of -1 or less. Because it sounds to me like the WiFi drops the connection and reconnects. I am having a tech problem, and i believe the display card is the main problem as everything else seems to check, how can i disable it and go back to the display card-less.
Hi, Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community. The symptom of random ping spikes is exactly what a wireless problem will look like. Check in your adapter settings, you might have Wireless Network Connection 2 or 3 etc. In reality, what you feel has been described in the video above. Halima S - Microsoft Support. Visit our and let us know what you think. Hope it helps some of you! I don't know if this is low, but the interesting thing was another program.
It will bypass all the nodes in between and directly connect you to game server. Please do let us know if you need any further assistance related to Windows, we will be glad to assist you. Think what happens if lag spikes hit you just when you thought you had lined up the perfect spray onto the enemy rush. Your goal is to find the hop that the problem first occurs. Is there a way to disable this? I did a ping test, sending large packets to the modem and confirmed it was going to 300 ms every minute or so. Interesting, I'll try a different cable.