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NEED HELP WITH A ROUTER PLEASEPLEASE

siddiq79 Avatar
8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
Hi,
I desperately need a router with two usb adaptors can anyone help me with a good one which is not too expensive.
your help appreciated!!!
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Cable ? ADSL ?

Do you mean wireless USB Adapters ?
#2
Mecoconuts
Cable ? ADSL ?

Do you mean wireless USB Adapters ?


VIRGIN
#3
Might be an idea to explain what you want to do? You can get a 1 to 2 USB splitter which you can use with a single USB router but this may not do the job.
#4
is it 2 usb wireless adaptors you need?
#5
tony_s1
Might be an idea to explain what you want to do? You can get a 1 to 2 USB splitter which you can use with a single USB router but this may not do the job.


I dont realy know much about routers but i have three computers in the house and virgin are coming for installation tommorrow so wondering which router to buy so we all could use the internet
#6
Don't virgin provide one?
#7
siddiq79
I dont realy know much about routers but i have three computers in the house and virgin are coming for installation tommorrow so wondering which router to buy so we all could use the internet


Wireless would probably be best option. What you need depends whether you're getting Virgin cable or non-cable. Might be worth asking whoever installs it for advice?
#8
I've got virgin cable and found the netgear routers to be very very poor. I did have a d-link gamers lounge router which was very good but expensive and now I have a ' Buffalo AirStation WHR-HP-G54 - wireless router' that cost me around £30.. for you pc's your better off getting wireless network cards over usb ones as they are more stable and dedicated processor chips on the cards where the usb ones use your processor.

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