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Have a problem speed ranges from 11 Mbps to 1Mbps, it causes me limited access to Internet

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May be u have a problem with ISP
1..to make sure check http://www.speedtest.net/
2..use Chrome fastest web browser..

Posted on Oct 01, 2010

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May be the wireless password you are typing is in correct - if you are sure with the password then it could be a ip address issue . if you are using vista OS - ill suggest try a restart on network (system and router powercycle)

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