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I am having some issues with my MacBookPro. I am experiencing crazy slow connections speed (i.e. 30-40 K/sec) everywhere I go while everyone around me is running at regular high speed rates. I am operating on 10.6.5. This is a new problem, but I have experienced in several locations whether wired or wireless. Does anyone have any ideas?
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