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kyta

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:confused: Hi,
I recently got my laptop repaired. I had to have a new hard drive installed, now for some reason My wireless signal strength is very low. I cannot leave the room with the wireless router or i lose connection. I used to be able to go to the third floor of my house and always have a very good connection.

Any ideas why?

Thanks,
Kyta
 

JohnWill

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The only thing I can think of is it's a laptop that requires some disassembly to replace the HD, and the internal antennas didn't get properly reconnected.
 

kyta

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Is there anyway that i can check to see if these are connected properly, I checked to see if they are plugged in tight and they are, but other than that i don't know what i am looking for.

Thanks,
Kelly
 

kyta

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well here are my results.

not sure if this is what you need''

speed 54mbs
SNR 18
signal + -82
noise -100

thanks again,
Kelly
 

JohnWill

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If they're plugged in, they're probably connected, unless they're damaged. This is a "post from the grave", I thought this was long since settled. :)
 
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