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Hi all,
Why would this happen on an iMac (2007 2.4Ghz running SL 10.6.8) all of a sudden?
Works fine one day (internet speeds of 37M+) next day 0.8M.
Ran Onyx and all is OK again.
Really interested to know what might have caused it.
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