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1. Have a look at the signal strength, you can improve it by relocation the wireless router higher and away from solid walls.
2. Move your laptop closer to your wireless router.
3. If there are other wireless routers in your area, have a look at which channel they are broadcasting on and change yours to a different channel so that it doesn't clash with yours.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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