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  1. Ok, i'll look into a belkin wireless router. Another problem I have is that every couple of days, I always have to pull the AC adapter (of the router) that's plugged into the electrical strip and plug it in again so that the internet speed kicks back to normal. What could be the problem?
  2. Thanks for the replies, guys. I have a Netgear MR814 router and a Belkin Wireless G Network adapter which is a 54g model. I am running Windows XP on the wireless computer. Honestly I don't know what firmware means so I don't know the version of that. Hm, I don't know if you can select the wireless speed in my adapter mainly because I didn't see it in the manual, it was more of just plugging and installing the software, nothing else to do. My connection status at the system tray is excellent so there are no problems which brings me to the conclusion... Unfortunately, I h
  3. FIrst off, I would like to say this is a very wonderful and helpful site from which I am starting to learn new things due to my limited knowledge of computers. Now my problem, The thing is I have a wireless adapter connected to my one of three computers connected to a router (the other two have ethernet cables connected to a wireless router, i know not very smart, but no money to spend on extra wireless adapters). The two computers connected through ethernet cables have astonishing speeds (around 450kB/s) compared to the one connected wirelessly (if thats a word) which has 40-50 kB/s max.
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