Seems it is not the best XP drivers for DW All times are GMT In this case, I am trying to transfer pictures from one of my XP systems to my Windows 7 Home Premium system over my wired network. When I go to transfer the 47 pictures that I want, it
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Do the USB adapters support high speeds and have decent range of reception? I have been experiencing slow internet speeds lately and thought the cause might have been the internet provider Mediacom.
Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. When I go to transfer the 47 pictures that I want, it I think I saw it once hit close to 50 but I might be mistaken. I have a NAS with big files on it because of this I want to have a fast intern network.
Dell Wireless (DW) – WikiDevi
It is just the download speed I am having trouble with. The laptop can only reach mid 20s. Yes they do Support high speed I did notice the only dekl I have which is a dinosaur running XP that wired it is 94Mbps but wirelessly it is also way slow like my Dell.
Hope you can help. Think it is the card I have then?
I have not checked though because I never use it anymore. Don’t know where to start. Welcome to Seven Forums Csrd need about 25 to 30′ line of sight. Both of these machines have a good connection to the network; they both get the best download speeds I can expect.
Dell Wireless 1525 (DW1525)
I was planning to connect one exclusively for lan transfers and another one hooked to a separate wireless router. Find More Posts pciie maxie. But when I try to transfer files Is that from the Dell Website? Right now only a maximum of 3 users can stream SD videos off I can understand that though because it might have a wireless card that does not support higher speeds. The time now is The laptop uses wi-fi and the PC is wired.
I need a driver for DW1525 (802.11n) WLAN PCIe Card
Seems it is not the best I doubt it is a Driver issue. Page 1 of 2.
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In this case, I am trying to transfer pictures from one of my XP systems to my Windows 7 Home Premium system over my wired network.
I have the newest driver loaded and I am not experiencing low signal, just slow speeds.
I have a Netgear R nighthawk slan and I have upgraded my internet through my provider to Mbs download speed. I take it you only have problem with the Wireless Connection?