Question about SENAO High Power 200mW USB WiFi 802.11bg Adaptor with External Antenna (655216003026) Wireless Adapter

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Have been trying to install several different wifi external antennas - Engenius, Linksys, a "home-made" one. Problem with all of them is the same - the hardware is recognised, but the signal remains the same (or even weaker!) than my original wireless connection. Have downloaded all latest drivers i can find, to no avail. These antennas DO work ok on an XP laptop, it's my Vista machine which seems to be the problem. I have a Sony Vaio VGN-TX56SN/B, running vista biz. The XP (pro) laptop which does run the external antennas successfully is a similar, just slightly older vaio. On the XP machine, i get at least a 2 bar boost, on the vista machine, signal is same or less. Am on a tiny island in Langkawi (Malaysia) with few resources, spent far too many days on this now and about to pull hair out ! tks.... Diane

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Ok i gotcha here its not any of the antennas its your service provider some reason you havent been recognized by your service provider you dont have a good ip yet

the way to tell you mentioned your self you tried different antennas the comp recognizess them but still no signal you need a satelite signal for what your looking to do being on a small island

also make sure your internet is not running offline on your internet page it will show in tools if your running online or showing offline

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