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Maxboost25psi

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Hello again....

 

Well computer seems to be working well. 

 

I work a pretty stressful job during the week, so not much internet play lately....but its working!

 

We have been getting an unstable wireless internet connection now for a few days, so in attempt to weed out wireless being an issue, we hooked computer up to it directly.  Computer performed better, but we feel out ISP is trashy, as for we kept loosing internet access.  Not wanting to badmouth them, I will simply say we are going to CenturyLink . 

 

The misses also picked me up a new wireless receiver, since modem will remain in the other room across home, which is the way its been for years...don't want pesky wires running everywhere for the dogs to chew on.

 

All in all I think I am good to go and thanks for your assistance!  If I have issues in the future, I will definitely seek you out again....

 

Again...thank you...

 

 


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It was my pleasure, feel free to come back if there are any further problems :)


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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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