A Red told me to do this after i sent a ticket:
Thank you very much for your patience, and for providing me with that information! Right away I'm seeing that you're experiencing some fairly high amounts of packet loss on your network, 5.5% to be exact. Packet loss is a primary contributor to the problems that you're experiencing, and any packet loss this high is a sign of trouble. Because of this, I'd highly recommend that you take these results to your ISP, who should be able to help you prevent this loss from occurring.
I also see that you may have excessive packet buffering. This can be problematic when your router or internet connection cannot handle all of the bandwidth and cause your connection to League of Legends to fail in various ways. Some third-party applications can also contribute to high buffering rates. Skype, P2P Applications such as uTorrent, Hamachi, and audio/video streams are some common examples that may contribute to high packet buffering. Closing these applications may help reduce the strain on your network.
1) You can try to alleviate the stress on your bandwidth by disabling Peer-to-Peer. To do so:
- Open League of Legends Patcher.
- Click on Settings (Gears icon near the top right of the Patcher).
- Disable Peer-to-Peer Transfers.
- Save Settings.
- Restart PC.
2) If that does not work, you can also take a step further and uninstall Pando Media Booster through the following:
- Go to Start.
- Click on Control Panel.
- Go to All Programs (Add/Remove Programs in Windows XP)
- Uninstall Pando Media Booster.
- Restart PC.