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Windows 7: Where's the software for my router (WRT320N)

02 May 2013   #21
flycaster

Windows 7 HP 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by PooMan UK View Post
If all else fails and you think it might be interference then maybe a dual band router might help

Why Choose Simultaneous Dual Band
Thanks for the suggestion. My router is "selectable," and I'll be staying with it as I see no need to get another one that is "simultaneous."


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07 May 2013   #22
flycaster

Windows 7 HP 64-bit
 
 

Might as well finish up this post with good news. My wife's iPad4 still was going in and out of connection at various times during the day and night, so I had to bite the bullet and try to update from 1.0.03 to 1.0.05. I did have some concern that this jump in updating might be problematic. I did the update through Linksys' site without any problems. Presently the iPad and the iPhone are well connected to the wi-fi, but I'll have to wait a bit to see if there is any fluctuation in the connection...
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07 May 2013   #23
TwoCables

 

Interesting!

Thank you for the update! I'm very glad it seems to be working.
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