General advice is to check your addons and do the usual computer maintenance (defrag and malware check). Other than that, you haven't really given much info so we'd just be guessing.
Thanks for such a quick response. How do I do a defrag and malware check? What info do you need?
Here is what I posed on the WOW forums. -What kind of graphics card do you have? Also how much RAM? If these components aren't beefy enough they'll cause lag even with a decent connection.
Not sure, how do I check on Windows 8? It's a couple month old Asus at a decent price point, so I suspect that it is sufficient on graphics and RAM, but I might be wrong. -Need to know your specs, mate.
Specs: Asus Brand Desktop PC
AMD FX(tm)-4300 Quad-Core Processor 3.80 GHz
RAM: 8.00 GB
System type: 64-bit OS, x64-based processor -Do both connect to the internet in the same way? (ie: is one wireless and the other wired?)
Right now my desktop is wired, and my laptop is wireless. However, I have put my desktop on wireless and the problem was still the same. -Have you updated all drivers on your desktop recently?
No, I don't think so. How do I do that? I have an Asus and Windows 8. -Perhaps your network adapter on the desktop is going bad. Do you get disconnected doing things other than WoW?
Every once in a while when my internet is acting up on WOW and I try and go to something on Google Chrome it won't connect. But I don't think I have any issues otherwise for the most part. That is, nothing noticeable at least.
What other information do you guys need?
Another thing, it only happens occasionally. I'll go a couple of days without any problems then 3 hours being extremely laggy with lots of disconnects. I'll notice that my lag is around 1000 or even higher for both computer and server on my deksop and in the 60s for both on my laptop. Edited, Jul 7th 2013 10:41pm by Reksyy Edited, Jul 7th 2013 10:45pm by Reksyy