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Alright, Ive set up a wireless network in my house using time warnner cables road runner (love the speed) well, one computer in my house is having some trouble staying ...
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    Little Help on the wireless network


    Alright, Ive set up a wireless network in my house using time warnner cables road runner (love the speed) well, one computer in my house is having some trouble staying connected. It will pop in and out (or so my mom says) we have a D-Link wireless antenna that picks up teh signal much better yet it wont stay connected. Yeah this is a dumb noobish question but anybody got anyideas that doesnt involve moving the computer?

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    Here's a crazy idea - It originally made me laugh, but maybe it could be useful - http://www.instructables.com/id/EQAR...HTHU/?ALLSTEPS

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    Lol, Crazy is right dude. Im tryin this though

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    Haha. Make sure and let me know how it goes. That looks cool.

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    Not a big fan of D-link here.
    I have a D-link wireless card in my pc that some distros will pick up and others will not.
    No real advice, just thought I would state my dislike for D-link before moving this thread to the Linux Networking section.
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