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  1. If you're concerned with the poor operation of WIFI, why would you even use it? You're building a desktop. If you want optimal internet performance, use a wired connection.

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 24/12/2013

  2. As if we could guess your old pc and new pc make and model let alone what you have for internet service and how these pcs connect.huh?

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 26/09/2013

  3. Wireless connections suck for online gaming. For gaming you would be much better off with a Ethernet connection. Latency is the delay (ping time) in milliseconds that it takes the signal to travel to the server...

    3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 07/03/2013

  4. This happens to me sometimes, I live at the lake and its rural. So certain times of the day the internet goes kinda laggy. I just unplug the modem and router for about a minute and that usually always fixes it. I suggest doing that at least once a...

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 04/05/2013

  5. If you don't use an Ethernet cable then yes you do need one.

    3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 01/05/2013

  6. Unfortunately to get a better connection and strength you have to move the router/modem around the room. Closer to a Window the connections get better.

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 27/06/2013

  7. Safe mode loads minimal drivers, so the new video driver is not being used. It looks like a driver conflict issue. Weird, but there it is. Do you need the new driver? You could just do without. You could also try...

    3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 02/01/2013

  8. I think you are a little off from what actually needs done. If you are setting up a wireless home network you only need one wireless Ethernet adapter for each computer and the wireless router. You already have the wireless router. Configure it to assign four...

    3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 05/01/2007

  9. Often this problem revolves around the software configurations via the device itself. Begin by opening control panel, go to internet connection settings "Network Connections", right click your Local...

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 04/04/2013

  10. What you call 'LAN' is Ethernet. When Ethernet cables are pre-installed in a building, they normally all run to a central point where there should be a patch panel with sockets each connecting to the one...

    3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 19/03/2016

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