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Low Wifi signal after office move

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Lalah, Mar 12, 2015.

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  1. Lalah

    Lalah Thread Starter

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    I have an HP Desktop Pavilion P6000 in the office. I had 5 bars on my Wifi network. I decided to move my desk around and when I restart the computer, it's gone down to 2 bars. I have to assume that something moved while everything was being shifted around, and I've had to set up a LAN connection in the meantime.

    I brought it home and it's the same problem on my home network. I've opened it up, made sure everything's all intact and nothing had loosened. I can't find any problems. I've also updated all the network drivers, ran all the diagnostic tests, etc, but there are no errors.

    Can anyone suggest what else I could try?

    Thank you.
     
  2. DaveBurnett

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    I would guess that you have broken the aerial or the wire inside it.
     
  3. flavallee

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    The HP Pavilion p6000 series desktops have numerous models, so we don't know which one you have.

    The complete model number should start with p60 and end with 2 additional numbers and 2 characters.

    Examples: p6045uk, p6024fr, p6022sc

    If you can't find the complete model number on yours, advise us what the part/product number(P/N) on it is.

    Some of the p6000 series desktops come with a wireless device, but others do not.

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