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Signal strength all wireless equipment, laptops, ipads, cell phones all go slow and get weak signals.

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Check with your service provider. You may be in a fringe area or receiving a poor signal because of interference. If your router has the option to add an external antenna that may solve your problem.

Posted on Jun 08, 2014

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SOURCE: cant connect

Roger Dodger.. Make sure that your security1.gif password is correct.

Then:

start>control panel>administrative tools>services

Make sure your DHCP client and wireless zero client are started and set to startup type automatic.

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SOURCE: my netgear Wireless-G usb 2.0 adapter wg111

Try to change wireless network name of your router.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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SOURCE: I'm trying to get an internet connection on my

Hi, Follow the steps below to configure the below settings:

1. Double click on MA111 icon from the right hand extreme bottom corner of the screen, near the system clock, in the system tray.
2. Click on networks tab.
3. Click on the SCAN button - This will show a listing of all available networks.
4. Select the network you wish to connect to and click on the "CONNECT" button.
5. This will automatically take you back to the settings tab.
6. If you are using WEP security then Enter the WEP KEY under the option 'Enter Key manually' under the settings Tab.
7. Apply Settings .
8. This should get you connected to your selected network.
9. Click on the 'About' tab and check the IP address.
10. If you are getting an IP address in the format of 192.168.x.x, try to go online.
11. If you are not getting an IP or the IP is in the format of 169.254.x.x, restart the computer and then try to go online.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.

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Posted on Jul 30, 2009

SOURCE: signal comes and goes ,internet explorer cannot open anything

if it conencts but gets disconnected as mentioned it turns red possible that something is interfering with the network signal from your system to the router...... try checking for applications programs that can casue your wireless to fail from conneting, check if you have network magic on the computer uninstall it it can cuase network conflict and failures to conenct wirelessly or if your laptop is a Lenovo and if it has readycom 4.0 or readycom 5.0 uninstall it as well.

Also have you tried reinstalling the drivers for your wireless card in the laptop possible that the drivers installed is incorrect or corrupt, you can download drivers for your systme possbily from your OEM Original Equipment Manufacturer ^_^

Posted on Jun 04, 2010

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SOURCE: Incredibly slow speeds with netgear

Try updating the firmware for your router or upgrading the router itself if it's old.

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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