- Oct 28, 2006
So the Problem goes like this:When I connect to the net on my windows xp professional sp1 machine it happens so that the packets sent as viewed from the connection status (the blinking monitors in the system tray) rise very rapidly, as fast as consuming about 1 MB in about 2 mins. The real pain is that i am not doing any net related work at the time this happens.Just connected and no browsing or downloading. I have checked the utilisation on the site and it complies with the problem, moreover due to excessive unintended uploading (if i cud say so) the speed of browsing really suffers.What all i have tried:1) Scanned my pc with Kaspersky, Nod 32, Bitdefender and removed the infections that were found.2) Scanned for spyware using Ad Aware and Spybot and all clean.3) Theres no suspicious process in the task manager when this is happening.(verified using processlibrary.com)4) Have ZoneAlarm installed.5) Most importantly contacted BSNL people who after so much effort at last agreed to believe me(as if it was amusing for me to visit their office time and again) ,came to look into the matter and directly said on my face that even they dont know what the problem is.This is such a strange problem that i dont know what to do further.Kindly suggest some possible way outs...