Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Do the USB adapters support high speeds and have decent range of reception? The laptop uses wi-fi and the PC is wired. I have been experiencing slow internet speeds lately and thought the cause might have been the internet provider Mediacom. Is that from the Dell Website?
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I need a driver for DW (n) WLAN PCIe Card – Microsoft Community
Will adding a 2nd network card improve local network transfer speed This sounds really noobie of me but is it possible to improve local network transfer speed by adding a 2nd network card. Don’t know where to start.
The laptop can only reach mid 20s. I have been experiencing slow internet speeds lately and thought the cause might have been the internet provider Mediacom. Similar help and support threads. I hooked my ancient laptop that is running XP with a wired connection to the back of the router and was able to get like 94Mbps along with my boys Apple laptops wirelessly are able to connect in the high 80’s to low 90’s.
I have the newest driver loaded and I am not experiencing low signal, just slow speeds.
Do the USB adapters support high speeds and have decent range of reception? Page 1 of 2. Both of these machines have a good connection to the network; they both get the best download speeds I can expect. What do I need wjreless do to achieve a higher download speed?
Hope you can help. That is the driver I have installed.
Without access to the internet, I can’t do Find More Posts by knagel. When I go to transfer the 47 pictures that I xell, it I need about 25 to 30′ line of sight.
I need a driver for DW1525 (802.11n) WLAN PCIe Card
Wirelesss can understand that though because it might have a wireless card that does not support higher speeds. In this case, I am trying to transfer pictures from one of my XP systems to my Windows 7 Home Premium system over my wired network.
Welcome to Seven Forums Yes they do Support high speed But not with 7 involved. The drivers are up to date based off the Dell website and by going to configure the card and selecting drivers and update driver over iwreless internet. All times are GMT Find More Posts by maxie. It is the Atheros DW wireless card with the 2 antennas.
I’m thinking I either need a new computer or at least a new card? But when I try to transfer files How ever lets see if the Driver in the Link below makes any difference I have the one Link below just to give you an example I think I saw it once hit close to 50 but I might be mistaken.
I take it you only have problem with the Wireless Connection?
It is just the download speed I am having trouble with. You have stated your Drivers are up to date Seems it is 1255 the best I doubt it is a Driver issue.