posted on Aug, 31 2008 @ 07:36 PM
I usually disable QoS because I don't use any program that uses it (most of those that do are for video-conference or IP-phones, those are the type
of program that needs to guarantee some bandwidth to work as it should), so I don't know if it makes a difference.
I am running Windows Vista Home Premium, and type "gpedit.msc" gives me an error too.
Another way of doing it is to type "mmc" on the Run box. This will show "Microsoft Management Console" (the program that is used for almost all of
those management activities) without any snap-in loaded.
Go to "File" - "Add/Remove Snap-in", choose the one you want from the list and click "Add" and then "OK".
The names may be a little different because I am running a Portuguese version of Windows and had to translate for what I think are the names on the