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iMac - Imac Network Help..slow and droping?

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So I am making the switch tonight from my old PC to the new Imac. I have a cable modem connected to the mac which works flawlessly with my macbook pro.

Tonight I am transferring data via wireless to the imac and it seems whcn I have 2 c onnections going liek itunes store and software updates the connection dies.

So I decide to attach it via ethernet and now it works without dropping but my connection download speed went from 2700 to 600k from the speakeasy test.
Any suggestions?
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Now an odd thing...

I have hooked both my pc and my imac up to the router and the pc is reporting 4671 dopwn and the mac only reports 2073 from the test..

is their a setting I need to change on my nic card?
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