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29 Dec 2009   #21

Windows 7 Ultimate X64

btw that's a nice router you have there's the latest info
Release Date : August 13, 2009
Current Firmware : 1.0.03 build 10
Product PartNo : WRT320N

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29 Dec 2009   #22

Windows 7 32bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by grimreaper View Post
here's your options ; update the Linksys router's firmware if there is one, assuming you correctly configured the router where only you and your sister use the connection (maybe she's downloading something at the same time you were running speedtest?).
If there is an update to your router, remember it will clear all settings and you will have to configure the settings again.
I checked a few times and there's no update for the Linksys router. My sister was on facebook. and now im fiddling around with my broadcom adapter :X.
Question: what is 802.11n preamble and which setting should i use. Mixed or Greenfield mode?
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29 Dec 2009   #23

Windows 7 Ultimate X64

there is an update trust me but assuming you bought this router recently im sure it has the latest firmware (most of the time).
The answer to your ? is choose Mixed, not Greenfield mode.
Did you check if there's an update for the wireless adapter on your laptop?
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