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Wireless USB Adapter And World of Warcraft?

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Hi, I am a little unsure if this should go in this forum but I figured because part of the problem is a hardward issue that it might fit. If it however does not go in this forum, please move it to the appropiate forum.

Now here is my problem. I am an advid World of Warcraft player. As many know this is an online game that requires a broadband connection. Well I've recently been having a problem with my wireless internet. In my house the router is set in the garage, however my room is right next to the garage, so I figured I would recieve no interuption between the walls.

As of late though I have been unable to maintain a stable connection. Especially when my guild requires me to raid. It sucks because World of Warcraft is not just something I play for fun, it is also tied into my work.

Unfortunately I have no experience or knowledge about networks. I know the very basic beginner stuff like where to plug what into, but after that I am totally lost. So Ive turned to Geeks to Go for help. Hopefully someone will be able to help me. I would like to find out what causes my internet connection to be so slow. It tends to occur only when I log onto World of Warcraft of Ventrilo Client Server.

I have speculated that it may be something with my firewall, but I believe I am only using the windows firewall. I have also speculated that it could be because of a bad driver. But to be honest I have no clue where to begin to try and correct this issue. If there is anyone with someone knowledge that could help me I would appreciate it greatly.


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