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Wireless network adapter needed

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I want a really good quality network adapter to get my desktop wireless any ideas which are the best ones to buy. Read More
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suspended7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I want a really good quality network adapter to get my desktop wireless any ideas which are the best ones to buy.
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suspended7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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1 Like #1
there all kind of the same really, i used to have a belkin one and that was fine.
#2
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Yes, Belkin. I use an "N" version.
suspended#3
Are they the USB ones as I really don't have a clue as to wireless
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bluebindy123;5655589
Are they the USB ones as I really don't have a clue as to wireless


There are types, USB dongle and PCMCIA (the second slots into the side of a laptop). Go for the USB one, it gets better reception.

This is the one I use, but you might get it cheaper

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Belkin-N-Wireless-USB-Adapter/dp/B001HO3ZTQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1246631814&sr=8-1
#5
Can you not just use a flat ethernet cable? It'll be much more reliable and much faster.
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dxx;5655635
Can you not just use a flat ethernet cable? It'll be much more reliable and much faster.


I agree. This is what I use for my main PC, but I have to connect through HomePlugs, but use a dongle on my laptop so I can use it outdoors.
suspended#7
dxx
Can you not just use a flat ethernet cable? It'll be much more reliable and much faster.


My problem is that my main desktop is upstairs but I am having problems my line keeps dropping. The only thing I could think of doing is to make it wireless and move the router downstairs. If anyone has any good ideas before I spend a lot of money please advise me. I am really out of my depth on this one.
1 Like #8
Get a set of HomePlug Adapters, they are plug and play, they work brilliantly, far better than wireless.

They work via your electrical circuit.
suspended#9
Bought some homeplugs cannot believe what a difference they have made. Now geting 6 meg all the time. Thanks to you all

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