|19 Feb 2010||#1|
64 bit going wireless
Im hearing a lot of issues with this, I was looking to go into windows 7 so I wanted to post here first.
I will be needing a wireless connection (going up one story) with a good connection.
I need both a wireless router and a wireless adapter that will work on windows 7 64-bit.
I was looking to spend anywhere from 100-175 dollars total on both pieces combined. Any ideas or anything your all using to get a nice STRONG signal?
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|19 Feb 2010||#2|
Hello Sylent, welcome to the Seven Forums.
My recommendation is based on my own very positive experience. The total price of this setup is a bit more you told you are willing to invest, about $ 230, but you get fine and reliable devices which give you a fast wide range wireless network.
My recommendation: Belkin N1 Vision router and Belkin Wireless N+ USB Adapter. In this response to another issue you can read more about N and N+.
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