• How to get Wi-Fi in room?

    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Is the WiFi router dangerous?

    I have heard mixed opinions on this, but I want to know. The divice is in my room and my dad refuses to move it because he's lazy. I want to know whether or not this thing is killing me
    I have heard mixed opinions on this, but I want to know. The divice is in my room and my dad refuses to move it because he's lazy. I want to know whether or not this thing is killing me
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • If im connected to my landlords wifi will they be able to see all the sites i've listed and what I look at? Im sorta scared.?

    Would they be able to see everything on my laptop?
    Would they be able to see everything on my laptop?
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Ping problems?

    Whenever I play a game, the ping is all around bad. If I play offline games, it usually works for like 10 minutes, then it says the WiFi is not secured and then it’ll turn to “no WiFi found”. I know WiFi isn’t something I should use when it comes to gaming. When I ping my ip, it goes from 17ms to 1295ms and then 15... show more
    Whenever I play a game, the ping is all around bad. If I play offline games, it usually works for like 10 minutes, then it says the WiFi is not secured and then it’ll turn to “no WiFi found”. I know WiFi isn’t something I should use when it comes to gaming. When I ping my ip, it goes from 17ms to 1295ms and then 15 and 12. Is this the modems fault? My pc? The ISP? How can I fix this. My download speed is also significantly slow now.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to reset NetGear router without Recovery CD?

    Best answer: I have never seen a router that has a "Recovery CD". Some have a "Set-up CD", although normally this is not required as you can configure a router through an Internet browser. If you were doing a firmware update and it went wrong, then it is possible that the firmware loading code was... show more
    Best answer: I have never seen a router that has a "Recovery CD". Some have a "Set-up CD", although normally this is not required as you can configure a router through an Internet browser.

    If you were doing a firmware update and it went wrong, then it is possible that the firmware loading code was corrupted, then it may no longer be able to update the firmware. If this is the case then you have created a paper-weight and a new router is the answer.

    The manual for this router says:

    "If the Power LED blinks slowly and continuously, the router firmware is corrupted. This
    can happen if a firmware upgrade is interrupted or if the router detects a problem with the
    firmware. If the error persists, you have a hardware problem. For recovery instructions or
    help with a hardware problem, contact technical support at
    www.netgear.com/support."

    So the firmware is corrupt.

    I hope this helps.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do I get kbps speeds in download when my Speedtest says I’m getting 250 mgps down and 50 upload?( using a MSI computer that’s very good)?

    Best answer: It is likely due to your source. Sites that offer downloads aren't going to always give great speeds. It has nothing to do with your computer it is the computer sending you the file.
    Best answer: It is likely due to your source. Sites that offer downloads aren't going to always give great speeds. It has nothing to do with your computer it is the computer sending you the file.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do dogs eat Ethernet Cables?

    Just wondering because I m going to connect a cable between my router in my dining room to my room which is 15m apart and wondering if I put it underneath if my dogs will chew at it since they have damaged the carpet before.. Or if I should put it on top of the door and if so how would I go about doing that? there... show more
    Just wondering because I m going to connect a cable between my router in my dining room to my room which is 15m apart and wondering if I put it underneath if my dogs will chew at it since they have damaged the carpet before.. Or if I should put it on top of the door and if so how would I go about doing that? there s a lip on the other side of the frame which would prevent the cable from going through how would I do this? chisel/drill a hole in the corner of the door or the frame?
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Wifi not working?

    The wifi button on my Dell Inspiron is not working. Like when I click on it, nothing happens, and I can t see the networks. I can connect to the network at my home, it my laptop seems to not be able to find new networks.
    The wifi button on my Dell Inspiron is not working. Like when I click on it, nothing happens, and I can t see the networks. I can connect to the network at my home, it my laptop seems to not be able to find new networks.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Accidently got on porn using school wifi?

    So I was at a basketball game and I pulled out my phone that was connected to school WiFi and I went on my browser and I was on SoundCloud then I pressed back a few times and it went back to some porn I was looking at earlier. Could I get in trouble?
    So I was at a basketball game and I pulled out my phone that was connected to school WiFi and I went on my browser and I was on SoundCloud then I pressed back a few times and it went back to some porn I was looking at earlier. Could I get in trouble?
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • My Mac keeps disconnecting for the WiFi source?

    I can connect it to the internet but can actually use it and it usually drops within a minute
    I can connect it to the internet but can actually use it and it usually drops within a minute
    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • How to tell which broadband provider can give me the best speed?

    Best answer: You have to hardwire to the modem/router to get the "real" speed of the isp. Wifi is more to do with the internals of your house than you isp. For example, a computer hardwired to the router may get the full 50mbs download speed, but a laptop on wifi at the other end of the house may only get 2mbs due to... show more
    Best answer: You have to hardwire to the modem/router to get the "real" speed of the isp. Wifi is more to do with the internals of your house than you isp. For example, a computer hardwired to the router may get the full 50mbs download speed, but a laptop on wifi at the other end of the house may only get 2mbs due to distance from the router, walls and other obstacles in the way and even the type of wifi adapter built into your laptop. Sometimes you can be next to the router with your laptop and still not get the full download speed because there is a compatibility issue with the wifi adapter of the laptop and the router. This is not the problem of the isp.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is this pc wireless capable?

    I need WiFi access and I am unsure if this pc has room for a wireless card / is able to have wireless capabilities. Looks like there r 2 antenna slots but I can't tell
    I need WiFi access and I am unsure if this pc has room for a wireless card / is able to have wireless capabilities. Looks like there r 2 antenna slots but I can't tell
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • USB sharing between multiple PCs?

    Hello I have several computers in my office that are networked. I have several devices connected to one of these computers (server) but I want the rest of the computers (clients) to use These Devices such as scanners and etc. I installed several software in this regard like as 'usb over network' and etc and... show more
    Hello I have several computers in my office that are networked. I have several devices connected to one of these computers (server) but I want the rest of the computers (clients) to use These Devices such as scanners and etc. I installed several software in this regard like as 'usb over network' and etc and they all worked correctly but I have a problem! We assume that the computer1 is currently connected to the device, and now the computer2 intends to use the device, with these softwares first, the computer1 must be disconnected from the machine and then the computer2 is connected manually. But I want to any computer that requests the server The device is automatically allocated to it and no longer needs to be disconnects first. Is there any solution? Please help me.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is my internet connection on my computer so slow?

    Best answer: The problem is probably a WiFi compatibility issue. If your PC has Ethernet, especially if it is a desktop PC, then use an Ethernet connection. If this runs at the full 10 Mbps (not mbps - 'M' stands for Mega and 'm' stands for milli), then the computer is probably okay. Around 2% to 5% of WiFi... show more
    Best answer: The problem is probably a WiFi compatibility issue.

    If your PC has Ethernet, especially if it is a desktop PC, then use an Ethernet connection. If this runs at the full 10 Mbps (not mbps - 'M' stands for Mega and 'm' stands for milli), then the computer is probably okay.

    Around 2% to 5% of WiFi connections have compatibility issues. Sometimes the connection is slow, sometimes it randomly drops, and in severe cases it might not work at all. When the connection is only slightly slow, a user might not even realise there is a problem.

    You can try changing the radio channel the router is using. Sometimes this will improve things. Sometimes a different wireless adapter driver can fix a problem. Otherwise it is a case of changing the WiFi source (a different router, adding a Wireless Access Point to the network, or using a WiFi Range Extender), or changing the wireless adapter for the PC. I have used USB adapters successfully to fix some problems. If you get a new wireless adapter, make sure it has drivers for the operating system on the PC.

    I hope this helps.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do public places track your wifi or Internet browsing?

    If you're at a public building like a restaurant or hospital, and on your phone, it gives you an option to use their wi-fi as a guest , so do they track wifi or Internet browsing? I was parked near a hospital parking lot and I was on my phone and connected to their wifi, so are they able to track my internet... show more
    If you're at a public building like a restaurant or hospital, and on your phone, it gives you an option to use their wi-fi as a guest , so do they track wifi or Internet browsing? I was parked near a hospital parking lot and I was on my phone and connected to their wifi, so are they able to track my internet search or look at my emails and texts just cause I connected to their wifi?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why does my wifi have 2 networks?

    One of them is just the original name and the other is the name + 2.4. I later figured out that one was 5 ghz and the other was 2.4 ghz. Is it normal to have both on the same router?
    One of them is just the original name and the other is the name + 2.4. I later figured out that one was 5 ghz and the other was 2.4 ghz. Is it normal to have both on the same router?
    6 answers · 1 week ago