Originally Posted by Square Eye
If you had found a ground wire that had full voltage or near full voltage, you would have been able to trace that circuit and fix the problem.
You still might consider going back through and checking the wire inside your junction boxes and in your outlet boxes for skinned, even tiny nicks on the wire's insulation where the wire touches the boxes. Check for screws that could have penetrated the insulation, check the wire at the point where it enters the boxes. It doesn't take much to become a big problem.
square eyes thanks for your kind response,
someone mentioned that testing with a tester is silly cause its not relyable.. i purchased a 2 dollars tester, so im gona take his word on this. i got a multimeter! a few days ago i redid the electric in my entire house AGAIN. it seems my ground section is fine, untill something is pluged in to the outlets. meaning, if nthing is pluged in, its 2v, but when i plug something in the volts of ground jump max max max 70 volts. im gona grond my place properly then i do tests again