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My wireless network doesn't have a strong signal

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Mcdevito75 here, Your wireless as all wireless depnds on Satalight position, depending on where you live, the signal could be weak at times. Just as your signing on to connect your wireless to the internet, click on up-dates. You can also contact your wireless provider (maker of your wireless) for additional info. Hope this helps.

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Try a booster card on your device that might help

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