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wireless card faulty?

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Hi I have a Belkin router, we have 3 PC's and 1 laptop. My Pc is the furthest away from the rooter. My signal is always very low to low, for the last couple of weeks I have been getting huge drops in speed, down to as low as 35kbps, all the other PCs are fine with normal fluctuation. Could it be the card that is at fault or could something be interfering with my signal?
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How far would you say it is from the router?

Yes there could be many things that interfere with the router such as old 2.4 ghz phones, lead beams in houses, printers, speaker systems...etc and the farther away the computer is from the wireless router, the more distance and objects you put in between the signal. Can you move the PC closer to the router and try that?
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