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- Member Since: August 22, 2009
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I would like to help but the grammar is pretty bad and i have no idea what you are saying. You've made it hard to understand but from what i gather you are told that you have a static IP adress by microsoft, which your internet provider is saying is impossible as that is only for businesses. Therefore infact you must have a dynamic ip adress.
Ring up microsoft and tell them what your internet provider has told you. Explain that the last microsoft representative told you that you have a static ip adress yet your internet provider only supports this for businesses and that your router is in a residental property. If microsoft then give you a load of bull crap that doesnt help then come back and post again but it seems you need to call microsoft again (i know its a pain in the ass!).
BTW your router cannot get a virus but another thing that could be slowing your connection is your neighbours "hijacking" your internet. This could be happening if you do not have a password/wep key. If you dont you probably want to get one put on by ringing your internet provider. This could solve the problem and be a lot easier, just dont lose the wep key!
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