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Windows Vista Home premium problems

Windows Vista Home Premium doesn t work propely with Wi Fi signaL I got a "limited signal" Some kind of "boundarie" for navegating.
Do I need a driver?

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Hi sir.
i think windows vista makes the system slow.. due it uses more RAM CAPACITY. so, try it in a windows xp. it work's properly.. thank's sir..

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I have no wireless


To what Wi-Fi are you trying to connect? Is this your personal Wi-Fi router in your home? Or is this the Wi-Fi at the local coffee shop?
There is a huge amount of information you have excluded that is needed to fix your problem.
Answer these questions:
To what Wi-Fi are you trying to connect?
What kind of 'loptop' do you have?
What is the operating system of your 'loptop'?
Please go to the 'Help' section in your 'loptop' and check there for answers. You might find it right away.
Of the bazillions of Wi-Fi signals out there, and the thousands of bazillions of different kinds of 'loptops' out there, you must be so much more specific with what you are trying to do that I can't help you now. I need input!
The more information you provide, the better chance you have of someone rescuing you. Be smart, share all you know, then add some more, and maybe we can help you. Your "loptop" is only as smart as the information you put into it.
That is the 1st rule of computing.

Aug 18, 2014 | Routers

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I phone 5


What Type/Brand of router ?????

Apple's iPhone is a multimedia connectivity tool.
As such, the iPhone employs a sophisticated system to keep you connected to the web via WiFi signals so that you can stay up to date with email, mapping and media.
To use the iPhone's WiFi feature just follow these steps.
Tap a network.
If you have not yet used your iPhone's WiFi or if you're in a new WiFi area, the iPhone will show you a list of available networks.
Tap the network that you want to connect to in order to connect.
If there is a password required a little lock icon appears.
Enter the password to connect to locked networks and continue to surf the web.
Monitor your signal.
As you use your iPhone, especially if you're moving around, you should take a look at the signal strength of the connection.
The strength is indicated by a small, black broadcast symbol that stacks arches, or rounded bars, on top of one another.
The more bars there are the better the signal.

Make connecting to WiFi automatic or manual.
The iPhone is equipped to automatically search for available networks and connect you to one.
If you do not want the phone to search for networks, select the "WiFi" option on the phone's menu.
Then select either the on or off option of the "Ask To Join Networks."
Turning this option off requires that you find networks manually.

Forget a network.
Once you connect to a WiFi network once the iPhone automatically remembers the network and connects you to it at a later opportunity.
To forget a network so you don't get automatically connected choose the "WiFi" option on the menu.
Then tap the right arrow button next to one of the networks that the iPhone already remembers. Then tap "Forget This Network" to erase the phone's memory of the network.

Troubleshoot Wi-Fi Connection Problems on an iPhone
If you experience Wi-Fi connectivity issues on your iPhone, you may need to reset the Wi-Fi connection.
Your connectivity issues could be caused by the wrong password if you are having trouble logging into the Wi-Fi network or from a problem in your iPhone's settings.
By resetting the Wi-Fi connection, you are clearing out the previous settings created when you first connected to the network.

Tap the Settings icon on the iPhone's home screen, and tap the Wi-Fi tab.
Swipe the switch on the Wi-Fi tab to ensure Wi-Fi is enabled on your iPhone.
Tap the blue arrow button on the network tab you are connected to in the network list, and tap "Forget this Network."
Tap the "Forget Network" button that appears on the pop-up menu to confirm the action.

Tap the Wi-Fi Networks tab in the upper-left corner to return to the previous screen, and tap the network's tab in the network list to re-join it.
Press the Home button on the iPhone, and tap the Safari icon on the home screen to test the Wi-Fi connection.
Tap the blue arrow icon on the network's tab if the connectivity problem persists, and tap the "Renew Lease" button at the bottom of the network's window.
Tap the "Renew Lease" button on the pop-up box to confirm the action.
Tap the Home button on the iPhone, and tap the Safari icon on the home screen to test the network connection.


Nov 11, 2013 | Routers

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Things That Affect Wireless Router Signals

1. Many wireless routers are using the same wireless channel. Many manufacturers choose channel 6 as the default. Change to another channel.
2. Analogue video senders used to send audio and video to other TVs in the home.
3. Microwave ovens emit interference in the 2.4GHz band.
4. Wireless speakers and console controllers can cause interference with the wireless router.
5. Bluetooth devices, newer Bluetooth devices can jump to different frequencies if there is a connection problem.
6. Power cables located near the wireless router can cause dropouts and speed reduction.
7. Fish tanks and mirrors will cause massive Wi-Fi shadow on the other side of the tank from the wireless router.
8. Depending upon the location of large mirrors will reflect wireless signal away your computer.
9. Building materials will block wireless signals such as plasterboards with metal foil, reinforced concrete walls and floors. Also objects near the wireless router such as metal filing cabinets and other electrical appliances.
10. Blinking Christmas lights can reduce Wi-Fi performance by 25% when it is close to the wireless router.

May 23, 2013 | Routers

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My Kindle is not picking up the wi fi signal what code do I need to put into it??


Try this:
  • Press the Home button, then press the Menu button.
  • Navigate to "Settings" by moving the 5-way controller down, then press the 5-way controller to select.
  • Select "view" next to "Wi-Fi Settings" to display a list of detected Wi-Fi networks.
  • Use the 5-way controller to navigate down to "Enter other Wi-Fi network" and press to select.
  • Enter the name of the Wi-Fi network that you want to add.
  • Enter the password (if required). Press the Symbol key to enter numbers or characters not present on the Kindle keyboard. You can continue to use the keyboard while the Symbol menu is displayed.
  • Choose "submit." Kindle connects to the new Wi-Fi network.

  • If this doesn't work feel free to reply and I will try find another method. However, if it does please rate me. Thank you.

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    Jul 06, 2011 | Routers

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    What is the signal distance for this wifi product?


    Hello,

    Well, I have no idea which router you are using, but most wireless routers will send a signal 300-400 feet. Walls, trees and other obstructions may decrease this range. There are amplifiers you can buy to send the signal further, but environmental conditions may prevent this from being an option.

    Please let me know if you need any more info, as I am well versed in wireless.

    Hope this helps!

    Regards,

    Joe

    Jan 03, 2011 | Routers

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    Keeps dropping internet. the internet light on router flashes. i have to power it down and then it works for a while


    Home wireless networks based on the 802.11b or 802.11g standards transmit their signal in a narrow radio frequency range of 2.4 GHz. Various other electronic devices in a home, such as cordless phones, garage door openers, baby monitors, and microwave ovens, may use this same frequency range. Any such device can interfere with a Wi-FI home network, slowing down its performance and potentially breaking network connections.
    The 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi signal range is divided into a number of smaller bands or "channels," similar to television channels.Many wireless products ship with a default Wi-Fi channel of 6. If encountering interference from other devices within the home, consider changing the channel up or down to avoid it. Some Wi-Fi channel numbers overlap with each other. Channel 1 uses the lowest frequency band and each subsequent channel increases the frequency slightly. Therefore, the further apart two channel numbers are, the less the degree of overlap and likelihood of interference.
    If this won't work, Then consider buying a new wireless router as your current is deemed broken.

    Dec 15, 2010 | Belkin F5D72344 Wireless G Router 54Mbps...

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    The Wireless router in our house is resetting itself every few minutes disconnecting all of our devices. I've tried manual resets and recently had a repairman out here to adress the problem. He claimed to...


    Home wireless networks based on the 802.11b or 802.11g standards transmit their signal in a narrow radio frequency range of 2.4 GHz. Various other electronic devices in a home, such as cordless phones, garage door openers, baby monitors, and microwave ovens, may use this same frequency range. Any such device can interfere with a Wi-FI home network, slowing down its performance and potentially breaking network connections.
    The 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi signal range is divided into a number of smaller bands or "channels," similar to television channels.Many wireless products ship with a default Wi-Fi channel of 6. If encountering interference from other devices within the home, consider changing the channel up or down to avoid it. Some Wi-Fi channel numbers overlap with each other. Channel 1 uses the lowest frequency band and each subsequent channel increases the frequency slightly. Therefore, the further apart two channel numbers are, the less the degree of overlap and likelihood of interference.
    If this won't work, Then consider buying a new wireless router as your current is deemed broken.
    Good Luck.

    Nov 10, 2010 | D-Link AirPlus DI-614+ Wireless Router

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    Cannot connect to new wi-fi signals


    Try removing all past connections , go to control panel , delete all your old settings and start new.

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    Hi, I am going crazy! Just moved house and took my Netgear Wireless router with me. However, even though the hard wired base unit works, my wireless laptop can't access the internet - even though a full stregnth signal is there when i browse for wireless connections. Using Vista Home Premium. Help appreciated!

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    Belkin n router.


    change the wire less channels use 1 or 11>and always keep teh wire less pc close to teh router>and disable the fire wall in the router rate me solved if its helps thx

    Nov 15, 2007 | Belkin (F5D7231-4) Wireless Router

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