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You will need to get hold of a Belkin Wireless G Universal Range Extender relays the signals of your
wireless network and extends its range model number F5D7132 from PC world or another online dealer.
You will still need the wireless router as the
central connection point, using the booster your network now reaches further I have one at the top of the stairs with the Router downstairs to I can browser wirelessly in the loft conversion of my old house
if you arent in a clear line of sight, many things can affect the signal strength of your network including the thickness of the walls, the composition of them and anything else that may be in the way. if you use a 2.4 ghz router and you have a 2.4ghz cordless house phone, they can interfere and cause issues. A microwave oven that is located between the router and a device can cause interference as well.
Doesn't matter,those signals can't get up to your study cause of the basement. when outside it's fine. try putting the router at a higher end, like on a stool or try the highest point in the basement. Or try getting some high gain antennas that will boost the signal.
Try agusting the wirless properties for your wirless card. You will need to go uder start then go to conect to and the show all conecsions. The you will need to right clcik on the wirless conecsion and go to properties. Now you will click the button that says configure. I hope this helps