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Transported refriderator I have a problem with it and i was just wondering do ye deal with transported fridges!!

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You placed this issue in the wrong section. (This is for routers)

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Kentucky fried chicken

Real chicken. Typically they're 2-year-old laying hens that have spent the last 18 months in windowless egg factories that use 8-hour day+night lighting cycles to force them to lay 3 times/day. The only routers usually employed are the conveyor belts that transport the eggs to the sorting room, though.

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Hi, My name is George Ward. I had a number one in Canada, NO Exit, Loves a Two Way Street back in 89. How do I upload it on to I Tunes for sale. Thank You. George Ward

Hello George, it is very difficult for a person to deal with APPLE, unless you are recognized world Wide, You should try to go by a company that already deal with APPLE (I-Tune) to publish your song.
Company like CDBaby, where you can register for free,does that but you imagine they take a cut for every song you sell...
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Hi, I was wondering if you knew anything about the 3com routers. There is literally nothing on the internet of any kind detailing information about them, they're from Taiwan or something. I was wondering...

Traditionally, they are more of a corporate supplier than consumer product in my experience. When I had dealings with the devices they were more complicated and more robust ... I have not seen a new device for a long time. This is not my line of business, however. If you are a consumer, I much prefer LinkSys and D-link products.

I used to know about the internals of the 3Com ... has gone by the wayside.

Feb 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have my router and modem on top of my frige and was wondering if thats a good spot? i heard metal can effect the wifi n the fridge is all metal

Generally the higher the wireless adapter and antenna is placed, the better the signal, however metal can cause some signal loss / interference issues for internally installed antennas. There is usually not a problem if you have an external antenna on your router and it's on top of something made of metal. Only if there is something made of metal between the router and areas in your home that your other wireless devices like a laptop are being used. Also it's a good idea to place the wireless router centrally located in your home if possible. The things that negatively affect your signal the most are obstructions (walls etc), electrical devices that cause interference like cordless phones (especially if they ooperate at the same frequencyb as your router), microwave ovens and other electrical devices that generate interference like motors in fans and such. I think if you place your router and modem on something that will raise them off the metal of your refrigerator it will minimize the effect of the metal from the fridge below them.

You might also consider purchasing a wireless amplifier / booster for your router if you're experiencing signal loss in your home or check your router setup options to see if you can increase the output through the user settings. Use a bi-directional amplifier to increase both your incoming and outgoing signal strength if you decide to go that route.

Jan 17, 2011 | NetGear RP114 Router

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Hello M.,

It appears that this is an annoying problem for you. Here is the deal: it is typically cordless phones that mess up the connection. By default, routers are set to a LOWER CHANNEL. Grab the manual and access your router's settings and navigate to the wireless section. Find the channel setting and pick one of the highest one (think like channel 11). and presto,reliable connection...

ALSO, be certain to invoke security on the wireless connection.


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For the Wireless Access Point which is newer the G or the N? What would be a good website to buy a Configurable Wireless Access Point with B G N

N is newer, and has more capabilities. But G will be around for awhile.

As for best buys, that's just going to be a search and hunt thing. Deals change everyday.

But many times, I look to Amazon, Ebay, and use "router deals" or "router rebates" or similar in a Google search.

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Linksys BEFSR81 router wont update formware

i assume you have the oldest version of the linksys router. i suggest you buy the new router of linksys sir because that router is obsolete. try the wrt54gs router its fast and affordable

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