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ASUS PCE-N13 causeing choppy video & audio & mouse & .....?

So 2 days ago i starting getting choppy video & audio & mouse
and after 2 days of workign on the problem i found that if i dont conect to the net with my ASUS PCE-N13 all my problems go away. But i want to use my ASUS PCE-N13 i dont want to just be wired.
Can any one tell me why my ASUS PCE-N13 would cause this or give me a better solution then just not useing my ASUS PCE-N13

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    MP.. Apr 29, 2010

    ok ok maybe this was my fault and i should have stated this befor my wireless card WORKS FINE but unless i turn it off the rest of my computer does not work fine. and i want to thank any one who has an answer to my question just please read my question befor answering it thank you

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    MP.. May 01, 2010

    all can say is you should appreciate my comment because you answer has NOTHING at all to do with my question, your answer couldnt have had less to do with my question if you tryed. I mean i thoguht you were just being careless didnt fully read the question life goes on, but now i know that you have read my question i have no confidance in you to answer any questions. i mean come on you are talking about card speed and distance from my router, and i was asking about what i can only assume is irq conflict with my card.



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Hi wlkofdoom, with that card - people complaint you'll need to get better antennas, but on the other hard you need to see your router wireless capabilities. I mean you have a a/b/g/n wireless card right? but if you router is G, then you are not using the card to its full potential. Remember cable goes 100 MBps and wireless G goes 54Mbps (half the speed) and you also have to consider distance. So what I would do is write my router's model number on google and get the specs and wireless range. If you have an N router it's faster and the signal goes longer but again, anything wireless tends to degrade due to whether, RF signals, microwaves, celphones, etc. so get a better antenna for your router. I hope this helps and don't forget to rate and write positive feedback for our answer today. Thank you :D

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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    Leonardo Garcia Apr 30, 2010

    wlkofdoom i DID read your question before answering and I don't appreciate your comment. We are here trying to help you, It's not my fault you can't explain yourself!

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    Leonardo Garcia May 01, 2010

    Please, I don´t care about your confidence at all. I make money doing you are talking about an IRQ conflict? If that were true you can´t even use your card, it would give you an error right off the bat. Do you even know what an IRQ means? (yeah good luck searching google) you see? you don´t even understand you own problem, how can you understand the answer. On this website I answer to ALL kinds of people, I don´t know how much you know...Me, on the other hand, I´m a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Cisco certified amongst other certifications. Don´t be rude brother....that´s I´m all saying. Take care.



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