Solved My pc screen is spiky only when connected to internet!

January 1, 2013 at 18:50:42
Specs: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, 4096MB RAM

It's been long since i encounter a problem wherein my pc got a spiky screen(my cursor can move but it will stop every after a second and so on..) ONLY when connected to the internet. When I try to disconnect my pc from the internet, the spikes will be gone. The pc is back to normal. I even have an anti-virus, anti-malware and spyware installed which is the Norton Internet Security which i have right after reformatting my pc but the spike still occur from time to time. Sometimes I can browse the internet when there's no spikes on my pc, but when the spikes randomly occur again, the browser won't start from searching what i want to browse. I can't keep any browser running when the spikes randomly appear. It has been my third time i reformatted my pc but the problem still exist. Anyone out there experienced the same thing but found a solution? or anyone out there know how to troubleshoot and fix the problem, it will be a great help not only to me but also to those who encounter this and can't find solutions. Please help thanks!

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January 1, 2013 at 19:25:18

when you re-installed did you go get java and flash installed again? update browser, all that good stuff? get everything installed and up to date and see how it runs then.

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#2
January 1, 2013 at 20:13:42
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I haven't installed anything yet except the google chrome. But I think I just discovered the problem tho. I tried to turn the WIFI off and tried to put directly the data cable supplied with internet, into the computer, and seems its running smoothly until now. I'll let you know if I encounter the same problem again. I'm guessing that the problem is coming from the router. All I need is another data cable for a router going directly to my PC, because what I did right now is I used the data cable from the one coming from the DSL, and I still need the router so I can share the network access for everyone in our home. Thanks! :)

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