Question about ASUS WL-330G 802.11g/b (wl330g) Wireless Access Point

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Limited or No Connectivity

Yesterday I could not receive any signal from my WL-330g. I tried to reset the router and the modem, then it worked for a while but the connection was really slow. So I restarted the computer but after that, it says no connectivity or limited connection. The ASUS Utility is saying that there is no connection and I should check my network connection. I tried to check the listed available MACs on my router setting but the ASUS wont show. The other pcs with other wireless connection are working fine and can be detected. Is my WL-330g broken? Can Ethernet Adapters be fixed? And can somebody tell me what caused this problem? Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    I have to reset it because my wifi is limited. Connection direct work fine. Reboot comp doesn't fix. How to stop having to reset router?

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Are you running windows xp or vista? if so make sure that your DHCP service is running, and also make sure your IP address is configured to "obtain automatically" if your router is configured to do just that. Otherwise I would say: 1 - upgrade firmware 2 - make sure everything is configured correctly on router and pc (I suggest making same as other computers connected) 3 - uninstall and reinstall your network adapter or install newer drivers for network adapter. 4 - your router is bogged down due to the fact there is more than one computer connecting to it. It may not be built to work well with more than 1 pc, even though it is capable. 5 - your router is not within good strength connection of your pc. - i can help you more if you give me more information and try the things listed above. but be careful when screwing around on the router settings, you could click something causing everything to stop working.

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Yes, the wireless adapter can be fixed, by replacing the motherboard.

Posted on Jun 10, 2007

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