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Dropping 54.0 mbps - 18 mbps?

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Telestic, Jun 23, 2011.

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  1. Telestic

    Telestic Thread Starter

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    Hello, I am using a HP mini 110-1000 notebook and my wireless network connection speed is constantly changing from 36.0 Mbps to 24 Mbps and then 18.0 Mbps and keeps going back to 36 etc. My signal strength is showing 4 bars instead 5 and I am close to my router. I have done the turn off modem and router and has returned back to 54Mbps but after a few minutes it starts dropping to 34 Mbps. Its been like this for almost 2 months now and I need some help.:(
     
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    When that happened to me it was because I had the wrong driver. If you are using an integrated wireless adapter get the latest driver for it from HP's web site. If it is an external card get the latest driver from its manufacturer's web site. Even if you have the latest driver make sure that you install it again, as the installed version may be corrupted.
     
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