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My network with a wireless router is very slow...

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I have a wireless router d-link DIR-300 installed... and I have a brodband connection...
In my PC, the internet works OK... very fast...
But, in my notebook (HP Pavillion dv2000), the internet is very slow... and the network is very slow too...
Its network adapter is a Broadcom 3421AG 802,11a/b/g/draft-n WI-Fi Adapter.
What can I do for my internet becomes faster in my notebook?

Sorry for my poor English... I am Brazillian... (and I speak Portuguese...)

Edited by marcelamadeira, 20 February 2008 - 11:40 AM.

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