Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by drag_on, Jul 24, 2002.
How do i set my reserved bandwidth to "0"?
1. Make sure your logged on as actually "Administrator". do not log on with any account that just has administrator privileges. To log in as an administrator:
-click on start->logoff->logoff
-in the logon screen hold Ctrl+Alt+Del.
-in the user field type 'Administrator' <-case sensitive.
-in the password field type the password for the administrator (if you don't have one leave blank)
2. Start - run - type gpedit.msc
3. Expand the "Computer configuration" branch
4. Expand the "Administrative templates" branch
5. Expand the "Network" branch
6. Highlight the "QoS Packet Scheduler" in left window
7. In right window double click the "limit reservable bandwidth" setting
8. On setting tab check the "enabled" item
9. Where it says "Bandwidth limit %" change it to read 0-- Click apply, OK, exit gpedit.msc
10. Go to your Network connections (start->my computer->my network connection-> view network connections). Right click on your connection, choose properties then under the General or the Networking tab (where it lists your protocols) make sure QoS packet scheduler is enabled.
11. Reboot , now you are all done.
Here you go...Take a look at all the Tweaks and Guides on the main page, most of them are quite useful
thanks for your help.
just turn qos off in services
To bad it doesnt do anything
Spoken in plain english
your post is correct, xs...but it does load on boot...that's why I think the best thing to do is just turn the service off...maybe save a frac on the boot time
dealer the pic in your sig isnt working
heh very nice
is this option only for windows xp pro???