Tip & How-To about D-Link DWL-520 Wireless PCI Wi-Fi Compatible LAN Card(Refurbished) (RDWL520)

ADD 4% boost to your Wireless Network

This is simple and easy. to do grab your wireless adapter. and grab 90cm of very thin copper wire. now wrap the copper wire around your adapter and bang you should have At Lease 4% boost on your Wireless. some people say they got 8% boost but i only get extra 4%

Good luck Enjoy

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