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Wireless network problem

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I have a problem with my wireless network (as stated in title :whistling: ) and I therefore have a question.

My router is a D-Link which I bought with my Dell laptop and it's placed on the first floor in my house. My stationary pc is now placed in my basement with a USB modem. The problem is that the signal is very weak, and it keeps getting disconnected - then logging on and disconnected etc. I've tried using an extensioncord to put the UBS modem on the first floor with the same result. The USB modem is a SMC - is that the problem? Do I need to buy a D-Link USB modem to get it to work properly?

I get excellent signal on my laptop in the basement.

Hope to get some help.

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