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Odd problem I have an old Casio E200 with a Symbol Wireless Networker card. I've had little to no issue connecting to wireless LANs in public with open access points. However at the house, I've had some issues. I tried a Linksys BEFW11S4 version 4 WAP and could only get an ip assigned with DHCP one time out of twenty. I researched and found there's issues with this WAP, so I got a Dlink DI 614+ second hand. My room mate has a DI 624+ I can connect to regularly after I sorted out some configuration issues. I get wildly varing signal strengths. When I first connect, it's great. Then it drops, and wavers, but is useable. As long as I don't use encryption. I've tried two of the 614+s with similar results. I haven't found any issue with the 614+ on the net in discussion groups yet. Anyone had enay experiences with this cf card/wap combination or individually that could shed some light on the problem? Thanks in advance . . . Drew

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If you have a Windows 2000 or XP machine you use the Remote Desktop feature to display the desktop on the P/PC. I think you need to download this from Microsoft. The link is hidden in "licence requirments." I use this feature over my network on my desktops. Tough I'm looking for a P/PC to use myself, instead of getting a new laptop. Don't think about playing games or videos, though :)

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