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After about 10 minutes or so after starting my computer my ping to google will rise to an average of about 95ms normally I sit around 50ish. In my process manager there will be two instances of svchost.exe SYSTEM, LOCAL SERVICE, and NETWORK SERVICE. When I end one set of them my ping seems to drop to normal. I was wondering if this is a network problem or if it's deeper in as a windows problem, or possibly a security problem.

EDIT: And I would like some help
 

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Also sence I'm connected directly to my external modem and not using my router should I disable local area connection? Netstat below.

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\Documents and Settings\Mike>netstat

Active Connections

Proto Local Address Foreign Address State
TCP Mike:1580 nz-in-f99.google.com:http TIME_WAIT
TCP Mike:1630 nz-in-f99.google.com:http TIME_WAIT
TCP Mike:1656 py-in-f99.google.com:http ESTABLISHED
TCP Mike:1658 nz-in-f99.google.com:http ESTABLISHED

Why am I connected to google like that?
 

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Perhaps posting a hijackthis log for the security folks to evauate would be a good first step.
 
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