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i have a vaio vgn-fs920.
currently i can hardwire it to a clearwire, nextnet wireless, and be connected and all.
sometimes i hook the clearwire up to a compusa wireless broadband router.
i get a wireless connection this way, but its inconsistent.
the router shows that its getting data, and the laptop shows its wireless connection signal is excellent, but i get nothing.

in addition, i have a 2 year old dell desktop.
this is what i want basically.
the clearwire has one output.
send that output to the compusa wireless router.
use the laptops wireless connection around the house.
the compusa wireless router has 4 outputs.
send one output to the dell so it has a connection via cable.

assuming all my drivers are updating on all operationing systems and network cards, what should i do ?
thanks in advance.
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