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Closed the launcher, it does not appear in Task Manager list anymore, now will reopen it

C:\Program Files\Genshin Impact

It’s also in my C Drive since I’ve heard that runs it faster than when on a HDD USB (I think my drive is SSD).

Then clicked the yellow download button.


Ok now it shows Download speed: 0.97 MB/s

so that’s like an extra 0.02 MB/s gained? Not bad, eh, I’ll take it.


Internet I’m using is 2.4 instead of 5.0

2.4 GHz WiFi vs 5 GHz WiFi, What's the Difference? | TP-Link

5 GHz WiFi is faster but provides a shorter range.


So I will switch to the 5 Ghz WiFi to see if that’s faster, even though the Ethernet cable is for some reason displaying the same wifi name as the 2.4 Ghz one


Ohhh ok so I disconnected from the WiFi and it still shows as Internet connection I think because of the Ethernet cable


Ok entered into the 5.0 Ghz and its still around the same speed so now I think I can deduce that the bottleneck is the Genshin Impact launcher itself


So I disconnected from WiFI and will stick with Ethernet cable since I imagine it’s a physical connection to the Router so it should be the theoretical fastest



    Consistent speeds

    Low latency

    Higher security

    Simple connections




    Inconsistent and slow speeds

    High latency

    Dropped connections


Yeah that’s why I love Ethernet more than WiFi in this situation! (my bias lol)

Maeki11 6 mo. ago

Try to open the command prompt as administrator and excute this command:

netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal

I went from 3MB/sec to my maximum (100MB/sec).

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Click the Windows icon on the bottom left corner (I use Windows 10) then left click, then on the search bar type in “cmd” and right lick the Command Prompt app and from that box left click “Run as administrator” then click Yes to the pop up window. Then copy and paste “netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal” into it. So Ctrl + V then hit enter. Ok. So Administrator: Command Prompt responded with “Ok.”.

ConfidentSpend9762 9 mo. ago Gold

If you have slow download speed try this: open command prompt as administrator* type in: netsh interface tcp show global*

See if it's disabled, and then if it is, type: netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal just make sure to change it back to disabled after the installation is finished. hope this works for you guys.

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So same steps for Administrator Command Prompt as above. Ok so I entered in “netsh interface tcp show global” and it shows the following list:


Receive-Side Scaling State          : enabled

Receive Window Auto-Tuning Level    : normal

Add-On Congestion Control Provider  : default

ECN Capability                      : disabled

RFC 1323 Timestamps                 : disabled

Initial RTO                         : 1000

Receive Segment Coalescing State    : enabled

Non Sack Rtt Resiliency             : disabled

Max SYN Retransmissions             : 4

Fast Open                           : enabled

Fast Open Fallback                  : enabled

HyStart                             : enabled

Proportional Rate Reduction         : enabled

Pacing Profile                      : off

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So then I entered in “netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal” and Command Prompt said “Ok.” Maybe if I restart my computer. Heeeyyyy welcome back. Ok so that did not work either. It’s varyying from 0.8 to 1.1 MB/s right now, with average of like 0.95 MB/s so I think it’s essentially the same.


Auuggghhh it’s connected to Ethernet and I keep pausing then exiting and reopening, where the Download speed is high but then it suddenly drops back down!


Under Network Adapters, Intel(R) Ethernet Connection (7) I219-LM I right click and select Update Drive. Then under the option of “How do you want to search for drivers?” I click on the “Search automatically for drivers.” option and windows says that “The best drivers for your device are already installed”


It also says that my version of Windows is up to date.



Was just talking to my sister and came back AUGUGGHHHHH

it was like around 200 KB/s WHAT

Since it’s a video will type down the instructions as I see it


First step: Open your Device Manager and go to your Gigabit ethernet device

Second Step: Right click your device and hit properties

Third step: Select Advanced and scroll down to Speed and Duplex

Fourth Step: set the value to 7Gbps Full Duplex


For me it was set as Value: Auto Negotiation so from the dropdown box menu I set it to “1.0 Gbps Full Duplex” then clicked ok at the bottom right corner of the window.



IT’S AT 6.16 KB/S WHAT????????



4.79 KB/S ?????????????????????????????????????


Ok so I paused the download, quit the launcher and then reopened it, went back to download and now the download speed is around 1.05 MB/s though it’s very variable from 800 KB/s to 1.15 MB/s


I feel like someone else may be using all the Internet connection which is why the download speed is so slow so let’s see

dmaho123 9 yr. ago

Look for a mobile app called Fing. It is an easy to use network scanner that will show all devices that are connected to your router. You can add a label to each device so you can easily keep track of what's yours and what isn't.

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So from the App Store, I’m downloading Fing – Network Scanner to my IPhone


Going to says that “Your Internet access is blocked” so I changed it to


This site can’t be reached192.168.0.0 took too long to respond.

Try:  Checking the connection Checking the proxy and the firewall

Running Windows Network Diagnostics ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT


Error message that showed up. So I’m on the update page.


Internet speed test with the app shows that the latency is 50ms, the Provider is Shaw.

Download speed = 3.1 Mbps

Upload speed = 0.9 Mbps

3.1 Megabyte per second = 24.8 Megabit per second

3.1 MB/s = 24.8 Mbps

Timestamp 1:07


Right click on the windows icon on the bottom left corner of the screen then type in “data” and then click “Data usage overview”.


Under Status, Network status, it shows “Ethernet Public network” as the connection between computer and Internet. Saying “You’re connected to the Internet” which is good.