Question about Dynex Enhanced Wireless-G USB 2.0 Network Adapter

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100+ mbps??!! ok so i bought a enhanced wireless g network adapter yesterday and i noticed that it said its capable of going up to like 125 mbps. but everytime i connect to my dynex router and i take a look at how fast my connection is going its always at 54 or lower?? how do i get it to go faster? like it says it will?

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  • yungucciluh_ Jan 23, 2009

    ok so u mean i have to buy something new? omg? and if so, what is it? and 108mbps DOES mean my internet connection will run faster right? and how fast is 100 mbps?

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This will not make your internet connection run any faster, at most, you have 10meg cable, maybe more if you pay a lot for it, and 54mb/s is more than enough bandwidth to handle that.

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According to your user manual pg 2 & 23 (bottom) your device only operates at 54mbps and Pre-N works at 108mbps. The factory ranges can be misleading because their tests are under optimal conditions that we as users will never have.

http://www.dynexsupport.com/product/?pid=DX-EBUSB

click link then click the pdf icon under download manual

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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