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Long range wireless network card?

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Hello people! I'm hoping one of you networkers can help me out. I've got a PCI Netgear 54mbps wireless card(802.11g) which just, and no more, connects with my network. I've tried moving the aerial about and pointing it in different directions but it makes not an ounce of difference. So, I'm now looking for a 'longer range' wireless adapter - I'm not bothered if it's USB or PCI powered, although a wireless bridge unfortunately isn't an option. Can someone help me out with pointing out a suitable device that works well over a little distance and has no problems with XP Pro.
Thanks :whistling:
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