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EDUP IEEE 802.11 b g USB Adapter It is connected to the internet, but it has limited or low connectivity and I can't use the internet. How do I fix this? It is definatly the adaptor as all my housemates laptops are fine. Help!

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    Dan rogers Dec 19, 2008


    I had the same problem at work. The other three computers hooked up to my router worked fine but one computer would not. I just tried different cables and wiggled all sorts of stuff and the problem went away. Still not sure what the deal was and I know this doesn't help much but at least its a little more info for the networking pros.

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You may be in a dead spot or too far away from router. Also a better adapter can help.

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