Wireless network cards
Mar 21, 2006 at 11:01 AM Post #2 of 5

Gabe Logan

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I have never heared that before and if it does it would of been known by now.

Got me an old lucent solver orinoco card with a pci adaptor to it that is very helpfull in my windows PC even though it is not supported under Linux
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Mar 21, 2006 at 12:55 PM Post #3 of 5

Zorander

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I don't believe so. I've had my setup for 2 years now and it's still working fine. Unfortunately I can't do anything about neighbours in my apartment gradually going wireless though (up to 7 detected wireless setups on record) and causing interference from time to time.
 
Mar 21, 2006 at 1:06 PM Post #5 of 5

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Range and dropouts can be determined by your wireless card make and drivers.

In my laptop i have an Atheros CM9 mini-pci card, and it gets more solid connections than the standard Intel wireless card.
 

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