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slow download speed on mac only


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Hi there!

Most of the times when I download a file the speed is not even 30kb/s, whereas on my old pc (win xp) it's up to 1-2Mb/s. The speed test on mac shows a reasonable download speed though.. I tried different browsers and to connect my mac to both ethernet and wifi. I cleared the chache and reset my router, but nothing seems to work. I bought my mac just 3 days ago, so I really don't know where the problem could be.
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