Question about Computers & Internet
Check the various wireless access points near you, if any of them are broadcasting on the same channel as your wireless router, then change it to a channel that is unused.
Also check the signal strength of your wireless router, if it is less than say 60% move your laptop or your wireless router away from walls (especially concrete walls and metal/foil walls) and locate it higher to improve radio reception.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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