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I currently have my cable modem running through a Linksys wireless router sending a signal to a Linksys USB adapter. About a week ago my signal became extremely comprimised. I took my computer downstairs and hardwired it through the router and my connection was good. I then set up the computer using wireless connections and it was fine while the computer is a couple of feet from the router. As soon as I hook up my computer upstairs the signal is weak. Is there any way to test if the problem is with the router or the adapter? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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If you have any wireless devices that would interupt with your wireless router.So make sure all wireless devices like cordless phones & microwave ovens are turned off.Also You can login to the web interface & try changing channels either 1 or 6 or 11.Then you can check the wireless connectivity.Hope that shud work.
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