reset both your router and your modem. see if that helps. every once in a while i have to reset both of mine to keep a good speed.
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Woah, just kinda went back to 5000 at least, which is close enough to 7000 for me at least. Kinda random... any suggestions on how to keep this **bleep** from happening again and making me go on a killing spree?
sure dont, if it happens again just power cycle your devices again.
use a wired connection..
Well I know it has nothing to do with the signal strength because I put my router right next to the ps3 and its still 800 /s
Edit: Used an ethernet cord to plug into the back of my ps3 and my router, no good. I don't even know **bleep** is happening, im just going to try the old fasion way and plug the ethernet cord from my modem to my ps3, I know its not my internet because the laptop gets 7000 through the router, so **bleep** yo.