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hi all, i have just upgraded the wireless card to an intel 5300, all went well with installation etc, however i have a few problems. i am unable to get the 300mb/s i thought i would get. also, the connection drops constantly and has to reset itself. this creates problems with constant reminders that im ‘connected’ aswell as the obvious problem of the internet disconnecting. i have a belkin wireless N router. i am receiving 144mb/s and have an excellent signal in my bedroom. help please:)
Did you tried disabling Draft “n” and getting a stable 54Mbit/s “g” Connection?
Switch the Router into “g” Mode and check if the connection is more stable.
How do you guys know you’re getting 300Mbps? By hovering over the connection icon in the tray? I still can’t seem to get anything above 54Mbps. Do I need to change a setting for the card? My router is the D-Link DIR-655.
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