Did you try hooking up your old notebook again and see how it does now?
My old notebook was too old lol. It was too broken also, and I threw it away
Hey, apologizes for the post i have done with the tracert part, didn't spot it properly and was short of time, therefore i miss looked that info to give u proper feedback, luckily RedBaird already fixed it.
Hum well considering the fact that u switched between notebooks, i would like u to upldate your network drivers, maybe that is actually a problem towards lag issue, do u have a motherboard CD next to the notebook u bought? Normally on that CD u would have a network drivers, or even better, do this:
Press start Menu:
-Select Hardware and Sound Group
-Under Devices and Printers, select Device manager
-U will have a menu with hardware list shown, open tab with Network adapters
-Select your network drivers and click on Update Driver
-Wait to see if the system can find any updates in internet, make sure connection is enabled as well
Other option would be, if u know which network drivers u have, u can check it the same way posted above to see which ones u have, to go on their official site and download newest drivers and update those then see if there's any difference for lags.
E: Do u have modem connected to router, if so, can u use modem and cable to directly connect it with laptop. One other possibility is that your router/modem is going faulty and that this causes lags, do u have or can u get any similiar replacements (maybe borrow from friend?) to see if that does any change?
Well, I did what you said.
I updated network drivers (Qualcomm Atheros AR956x and Realtek PCIe Family Controller), funny how a brand new notebook doens't come with updated devices.
Anyway, It was installed and I'll make a test now.