Hi, I have a wireless network setup at home and I have the problem where one computer is running slower than another. PC-A connects using a Netgear external wireless card and the other, PC-B is a HP laptop that connects using its inbuilt wireless card (an Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection). When downloading exactly the same file, from the same website, PC-A downloads at a rate of 176kbs per second, whereas PC-B downloads at between 17kbs and 40kbs per second, sometimes getting up to 60kbs per second. I accidently installed a program (***** I know) and it was a virus. I have run McAfee and AVG on PC-B it did "clean" a trojan out of the system, but ever since then my bandwidth has been ridiculous. I've scanned a number of times (even in Safemode, which is where I found the first Trojan) and it says the system is clean. Is it possible that something is STEALING my bandwidth from PC-B, or do you think it could be the inbuilt wireless adapter? It's speed is exactly the same as the Netgear USB adapter on PC-A though (54mbps). I will run the "HijackThis" thing on PC-B and post the results. I'd really appeciate some assistance with this. Thank you. Please find attached the HijackThis log file attached. Thank you for your assistance.