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how can speed up my WI-FI connection ?

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  1. ehab_aroro

    ehab_aroro Thread Starter

    Oct 4, 2008
    how can speed up my WI-FI connection ?
  2. Rich-M


    May 3, 2006
    We need specific information to help answer your question so would you please repost this with appropriate answers to the questions that pertain to your problem, so we can better help you fix your problem quickly.

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    Do you run Anti-Virus software: Brand Name, version #, is it up to date?

    For Video or Graphic problems:

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    Type connection: dial-up, cable, sat/DSL, other

    Browser: IE, Netscape, Firefox, Sea Monkey and version #

    For Network problems:

    LAN or ethernet card(s) or adapters: Brand, # of cards

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    # machines on network

    Network settings and IP configuration

    Results of Speed Tests and what test used

    Please state your specific problem and when it started

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    (Run,msconfig,ok,startup) and what is checked

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