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Hello Guys
i have Thomson TG789vn
can someone help please figure this out
i have 25 MB speed from my provider
but when i download from RS, or MU i just recieve like 1.8MB down
i called the provider they said something with the setting which they are not going to help me out, i need to figured it out my self
can someone please help me
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I'd use a chamfer bit.
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i am sorry i didnt get you with the chamber bit
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They are pulling your leg
This is a woodworking forum not for net working routers.

Just one of many on the net
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Hi - Sorry you stumbled into a woodworking router forum. A lot of guys here are pretty computer savvy though and may be able to help you but they aren't the main focus here.

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Wow!

25 Mb = 25 million bits / second.

Router at high speed, ~25,000 revolutions per minute.

(25,000,000 bits / second) X (60 seconds / minute) X (1 minute / 25,000 revolutions) = 60,000 bits.

I want 60,000 bits too!!!

That's even more than *you* have, BJ!!

Check out that new high-tech cordless router.. wireless and no recharging required!!
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