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Wonder if anyone could advise me - i need to extend the coverage of the wifi on my laptop,
the place we went on holiday this year, allowed us to access there internet, but as we was quite a distance from the
router, i found it was very low connection - sometimes not at all, so have been looking at arials to extend it,
laptop i have is a HP pavilion entertainment pc - on vista.

theres quite a few different types, but havent a clue which type is best.

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Very unlikely the laptop will have any ability to add an aerial without adding an external adapter.

However if the original router was, as you say, "quite a distance" away, you'd normally do well to get a signal at all. Those in laptops are usually more sensitive than their desktop counterparts.
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