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There are many reasons that the signal can vary from place to place and can change drastically just inches away.
a few sources for interference are:
How do I get to the router settings you ask? Good question, well its pretty simple but it varies greatly from router to router so you will have to look in your manual that you threw away when you bought it :) or just check on the internet and search for "(make and model) settings" at the product website.
if you'd rather provide the make and model here id be happy to search for you and find out how you can configure your router.
That said my main suggestion is to get an Ethernet wire to that stationary pc, it will surf a whole lot faster unless the wires are a pain. Most home wireless speeds pale in comparison to hooking directly up to that same network.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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