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Windows 7: Connections problems, Wireless G, Windows 7 Ultimate 64

23 Aug 2009   #1
don4input

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Connections problems, Wireless G, Windows 7 Ultimate 64

I am so happy to finally figure out that it was my DVI input just below my antenna that was causing my connection to be aratic. Now I'm using my VGA input, and I'm connecting as fast as with Vista or XP!!!!!!!!!!


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23 Aug 2009   #2
iseeuu

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by don4input View Post
I am so happy to finally figure out that it was my DVI input just below my antenna that was causing my connection to be aratic. Now I'm using my VGA input, and I'm connecting as fast as with Vista or XP!!!!!!!!!!
HA HA HA HA! don4input ... you are a nut! But most of us have been there so let me share your elation over actually finding a solution. Congrats!! And thanks for posting the solution back here so others might benefit.

Good job

Robert
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