Killer Wireless Slow/Failed Connectivity Issues

Modified on Fri, 19 Feb 2021 at 05:31 PM

Sometimes after the Bigfoot Killer Wireless Card has been installed to repair connectivity issues, some might experience slowness or failed installations. In the Services section, there is a service called Killer Service Network that may be the culprit. You can try disabling this service to see if it is the root cause of the slow connectivity or the inability to install the Wireless fix.

1. In the Search Bar next to the Windows/Start Icon (or right-click the Windows Icon, then select Search), type "msconfig" in the bar and your best match will be System Configuration.
2. Right-Click System Configuration, then select "Run As Administrator".
3. In the Services Tab, disable the "Killer Service Network" Service in the list.
4. Click Apply, then click OK to save these settings.
5. Restart your PC.

Check to see if this has corrected the slow connectivity coming through your Killer Wireless Networking Card. If your issue was a failed installation, see if it will let you effectively install it now then check the connectivity.

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