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DNS not found/Ethernet cable not working/EXTREMELY slow internet

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Apr 10, 2020
Ok so I’ve been having this problem for a while. I originally had a wireless adapter in my PC, but after a while, it started slowing down. I talked to a bunch of people, and they all thought it was a virus, so I installed Malwarebytes and cleaned my PC of, I kid you not, 57 different viruses. I thought this would fix the problem, but it only made it worse. Now, I’m getting around 70kb/s using the wireless adapter.

I thought maybe I could use an Ethernet cable to get faster WiFi, but it doesn’t work. When I try to get on the internet, it says DNS not found, so that doesn’t work.

I should mention that before any of you post suggestions, I’ve done countless hours of research trying to fix the problem with no luck. This means please do not suggest trying to change my DNS address from my adapter properties in Internet Protocol Version 4. Im getting sick of seeing that same suggestion over and over again. It doesn’t work with my problem.

By the way, I’m sorry if I come off as aggressive. I’m just very frustrated. Thanks!
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