Quote: Originally Posted by evikke
Hello, I made the screenshot of xirrus. http://shrani.si/f/X/SF/4MQQqDFc/xirrus.jpg
I hope it'll help at all.
Could the problem maybe be in my wireless adapter? It strikes me as weird that my internet connection would only drop on this computer (desktop) and not on my laptop... :/
Couple of possible problems here, the signal strength is fairly weak which can cause problems as weak connections can be very unreliable. When the signal strength shows up as yellow it tends to be slower and can also cut out randomly.
The first adjustment I'd make is to go into the routers set up page and change the setting that says 20-40Mhz over to just 20Mhz. The 20-40Mhz setting uses the bandwidth of two channels but the problem is that with a weak connection that setting will actually hurt performance so it should be changed to the 20Mhz setting which uses a single channel.
Since there are no other wireless signals near you which means most any channel should work well, try going with channel 6.
If all your wireless connections can use 802.11 "N" then going into your routers set up page and changing it to the 802.11n "Only" setting can give you much better performance as the router does not need to slow down in order to work with older wireless standards like 802.11g.
In your case it might even help to move closer to the router or move the router closer to where you need to connect from because the signal strength is rather weak.