Bits Computer Service and PC Repair, Coon Rapids, Minnesota

NET HELPMSG error 2182 must be caused by either a problem with Windows Update services, corrupted system files, or unsafe Windows Updates positively making corrupted changes to the system.

NET HELPMSG error 2182 is supported by either broken Windows Update related handlers, corrupted entire text files, or faulty Windows Updates that can make corrupted changes to the structure.

Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) is a component of Microsoft Windows XP and later versions of a specific operating system that provides asynchronous, priority, and therefore limited file transfer from computers using unused network bandwidth.

A small registry tweak that determines Desktop Bits your computer responds to burst requests can go a long way in avoiding AoE, which has a very fast cast time (Titan’s Feathers). I modified my car and went from rarely being able to dodge them to having them hit me from time to time; Heck, maybe now I’ll even dodge Goobbue’s (first WP first boss) AoE variety with EASY.

What is the bits repair tool?

The BITS Repair Tool will help you fix a critical issue caused by a corrupted BITS status file. The problem is stopping some Windows services host process. This behavior prevents BITS from being used for file transfers.

Make these changes at your own risk. If you’re not familiar with the registry manager, you probably shouldn’t.

  1. Open Regedit.exe

  2. Go to [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces]

  3. You may find several “subfolders” (one for each network interface). Click on each folder until you find the exact folder with the most reservations in the right pane. The corresponding interface will have many entriesher, for example. DGCPDefaultGateway, DHCPDomain, DHCPIPAddress, Lease, NameServer, T1, etc. I had three of these “subfolders” on my machine, the one I modified had 4-5 more entries than the other two.

  4. Create two TCPAckFrequency “DWORD” registry keys named TCPAckFrequency and TCPNoDelay

  5. Double click each new registry key and also change the value from “0” to “1” (no quotes, hex)

Bam! This changes the latency of not only FFXIV, but any other good online game you play. There is an executable somewhere (Leatrix Latency That fix) that will do this for you, but I personally don’t rely on a third party executable to make changes to my registry. 🙂

How do I reset BITS?

Right click Start > Run.
Enter services.
Find the Background Intelligent Transfer Service in the list of services to the right of the type.
When BITS is running, right-click and select Restart to restart the service and fix the problem wherever it occurs Hung for one reason or another.

I hope this helps everyone, and good luck in your future endeavors!



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Why Do I Need To Complete A CAPTCHA?

Performing a CAPTCHA test proves that your business is human and grants temporary access to network ownership.

What Can I Do To Avoid This In The Future?

How do I fix BITS service?

Open the control panel.
Use the “View” drop-down menu in the top right corner and select the “Large Icons” option.
Click on the main troubleshooting option.
Click on the “Hardware and Sound” option.
Under Windows, click Background Intelligent Transfer Service Troubleshooter.

If you are using the service privately or at home, you will most likely run a virus scan on the device in question to make sure it is not infected with malware.

If you are on a desktop or online, you can ask the network owner to scan all of our networks for misconfigured or corrupted devices.

Another way to prevent this global web page from being displayed in the future is to use the Privacy Pass. You may now need to download version 2.0 from the Firefox Add-ons Store.

How do I fix BITS service?

Open the control panel.
Use the “View by” drop-down gallery in the top right corner and select “Large Icons”.
Click on the “Troubleshoot” option.
Click on opsection “Equipment and Sound”.
Frequently click on the Background Intelligent Transfer Service troubleshooter in the Windows section.

This fix has been more and more widely used on various forums for some time and I must say that I was a bit skeptical at first when it wasworked, but after hearing a few friends try it enough, I had to give it a full blow and it actually dropped the ping from 200 in the European corners of your mind to about 70. Basically, it’s basically turning off Nagle’s algorithm to improve your own ping.

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Step 1 – TcpAckFrequency

NOTE. If you and your family are using Windows Vista, this position may not make sense – the fix I found is required. It works fine in Windows XP

Type “regedit” in the Windows Replace “Run…” dialog box to display the computer’s registry menu

There will be multiple network card interfaces in the list, find the one that most people use to connect to online worlds, there will be multiple interfaces by price (they have long names 7DBA6DCA-FFE8-4002-A28F-4D2B57AE8383 Click on each on the right so that a person has many settings and you will see there the IP address of your individual computer, right click on the right hand and add a new DWORD number, name it TcpAckFrequency, then just select the entry and click on Edit as well set the value to 1.

You will change it back to 9 (default) later when the application affects other functions of your TCP application. tells Windows how many TCP packets to wait before sending an ACK. If the value is 1, Windows will make sure to send an ACK whenever this user receives a TCP packet.

How do I fix my desktop computer?

Click the Windows Start Menu icon.
Click the Gear/Settings icon.
Click Update & Security.
Click “Recovery” on the left side of the screen.
In the following “Reset this PC” sections, click “Start”.
Click Keep My Styles or Delete All.
Click “Next.
Follow the advice and click Reset.

How do I fix my desktop computer?

Click on the entire Windows Start Menu icon.
Click the Gear/Settings icon.
Click Update & Security.
On the left panel, click Recovery.
In the Reset this PC section, click Get Started.
Click Keep My Files or Delete All.
Then click.
Follow the instructions and click Reset.

How do I reset BITS?

Right click Start > Run.
Enter services.
Find Background Intelligent Transfer Service in the list of services on the right.
If the BITS service is supposed to be running, right-click and select Restart to restart the service and fix the issue where it is stuck for some reason.