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Help Me With My Dwl-g120!


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#1 xbluenabix

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 12:42 PM

I currently have a DI-624 router and I'm using a dwl-g120 adapter. I've been having problems with bad connection for a couple months since I bought the damned thing. The router is working fine except for the adapter. I keep getting disconnected every 20mins or so. I need to unplug my adapter then plug it back in to get a connection. Even when it is connected the signal is very weak. I have tried calling tech support and they have not been able to help me much. I did as they told. I have updated to SP1 and I have downloaded their supposed new driver which is suppose to improve connectivity (version 1.12) When I reinstalled the driver the version is still the old one (version 1.0.10) I've tried everything and I'm just about to give up. Can it really not be fixed? I really want to fix this problem since I bought the adapter although I am extremely tempted to switch to netgear. The computer that should be working is only a couple of feet away from my router. I tested it with my friend's netgear adapter. It works so much better and faster. I have another computer in the basement. I heard some reviews on this product that said it works almost everywhere in the house. How far on average can a 802.11g work? Please please help me. What can I do to fix this problem?

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