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Creo Working Slow When Connected to a WiFi

Creo Working Slow When Connected to a WiFi

Creo Working Slow When Connected to a WiFi


I use Creo 2.0. I know it's an old version, but it does its job, so no need to upgrade yet. My license is on my laptop and I don't share it with anyone else.

Recently a strange problem appeared. When my laptop is connected to a WiFi network, regardless of which, CREO starts to work very slow. It loads slowly and it works slowly. Once I connect my laptop to a cable Internet or disconnect it from Internet altogether, Creo works fine again.

I loaded the same assembly with a cable connection, no connection at all, and then with a Wifi connection. In the former two cases, the assembly loaded for about 30 seconds, in the latter it took minutes. When I looked at the trail file I found out there were 9-10 seconds intervals between each component of the assembly loaded, when on Wifi.

Any ideas why?

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