If the routers are not faulty, it should work.mendospot wrote:"and enable the wireless to cover the entire house. " If my wireless doesn't work when I'm 10 feet away, I don't know how I'm going to get it to work in the entire house.
mendospot wrote:I was kind of wondering about my wireless adapter. Maybe it's weak or something. I don't know. Sometimes my computer will connect to my router, sometimes not. Sometimes it connects to my neighbor's router. If I see I'm on my neighbor's, then I try to connect to my own and sometimes it will, but often not. It seems to prefer my neighbor's but then I get a weak signal. I rarely take my laptop away from home but when I do, I usually wish I hadn't. Rarely can I connect to a hotel's internet wirelessly. Perhaps due to being too far from their router. Right now I'm on my neighbor's wireless but when I try to change to mine, it disconnects. I guess that would mean a router problem, 'eh?
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