If your network adapter has an onboard processor, designed to
offload network processing from the system CPU, it is disabled by
default. This setting allows you to enable it and increase the
processing speed of your system.
Enable the Network Adapter Onboard Processor, follow the next
- Open the Registry Editor click on the Start button on
your taskbar, then click on Run and type "regedit"
and click on OK to start the regedit utility.
(see picture 1).
- Create a new DWORD value, or modify the existing value,
called "DisableTaskOffload" and set it according to the
value data above.
- The modifications you made will be in effect after you logout
or reboot your PC.