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Wireless Network Hi, basically I just bought a cpu without a wireless network card, I have a linksys router at my house and everything is hooked up to it for dsl internet. I bought a linksys high speed G adapter and placed it into my cpu, to match my linksys high speed G router, the problem is that im not picking up the signal to the router because the range is too far. What can i do to get a signal? I was told a bridge or another access point that is closer but I have no idea how to do that, currently the adapater i put into the cpu has a 2.4 ghz range and it isn't enough to even get one signal bar, please tell me what to do

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You can get a Wireless Range Expander to repeat the signal of the router and Linksys also has that the model is WRE54G it will solve you signal problem...

Hope that helps........

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